July 18, 1917 (12th Parliament, 7th Session)


Eugène Paquet

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. PAQUET (translation):

Mr. Chairman, I approve entirely of the amendment moved by my hon. friend from Rimouski (Mr. Boulay). I have myself witnessed of late unfortunate occurrences due to the fact that the railway employees could not understand what the passengers meant. Now the hon. member for Lambton (Mr. Armstrong) has just made a statement; but I think we could request the hon Minister of Railways and Canals to do his best to have that amendment inserted in the Act, for the greater 'convenience of the travelling public in the province of Quebec.

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