July 18, 1924 (14th Parliament, 3rd Session)


Thomas Wakem Caldwell



We can never hope to
have a trained force in Canada big enough to form an army, and I do not think it is necessary, but I do think it is important to have men trained in the technique of training other men. I favour the training of men who desire to become soldiers, but I object to cadet training because I think it is wrong to instil military ideas in the youth of this country.

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