May 31, 1921 (13th Parliament, 5th Session)

UNI L

Frederick Forsyth Pardee

Unionist (Liberal)

Mr. PARDEE:

The Board of Trade of
Kenora. The letter also says in regard to the consulting engineers:
They say that the utilizable flow develops 27 per cent to 31 per cent more power than the dependable flow.
The dependable flow method wastes the 27 per cent to 31 per cent, and runs it off in flood time.
In conclusion, I desire to say that this legislation is vicious in every sense of the word. It is brought in under cover of something that really does not exist for the purpose of enriching another province at the expense of Ontario, brought in at the request of Manitoba by the Premier thereof to enrich not only that province, but many

Topic:   LAKE OF THE WOODS AND OTHER WATERS
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