June 27, 1923 (14th Parliament, 2nd Session)

CON

Horatio Clarence Hocken

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. HOCKEN:

I rather take issue with
my hon. friend there, because although a very small and inadequate station may be bad enough in a city of the size of St. John, in a city of half a million it is a good deal worse. Everyone who goes out of the union station must cross from two to five tracks, according to the track where his train is standing. This is bad enough for Toronto people who know the dangers to be guarded against, but for strangers it is a much more serious matter.

Topic:   SUPPLY-TORONTO VIADUCT
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