Mr. E. M. MACDONALD (Pictou):
Mr. Speaker, I rise to a question of privilege. Yesterday afternoon the hon. the senior member for Queens, P.E.I. (Mr. A. A. McLean), said:
The member for Pictou a day or two ago expressed the view that it was not necessary to have the gauge of the P.E.I. Railway widened; he thought that the matter should be left over until after the conclusion of the war.
I desire to say I have not made any such statement as the hon. member attributed to me.