June 3, 1921 (13th Parliament, 5th Session)

UNION

John Albert Sexsmith

Unionist

Mr. SEXSMITH:

By the buyer, of
course. A few years ago, the cheese buyers of Ontario brought their industry to the highest pinnacle it had ever reached, but now it is dropping down by millions of pounds every year-and it is not because there is any dissatisfaction with the mode of sale or inspection. The hon. member for Frontenac (Mr. Edwards) has spoken about the increase in butter. In 1908, 1909, and 1910 we were producing hardly any more butter than we consumed, but now the butter industry has gone up and the cheese industry has gone away down.

Topic:   KEVISED EDITION. COMMONS
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