February 13, 1925 (14th Parliament, 4th Session)

PRO

Robert Forke

Progressive

Mr. FORKE:

Well, so far as that goes,
I think that probably before this session is over my hon. friend will have had his share of speaking in the House. And as regards those hon. gentlemen who have not spoken, I am sure that there is no subject which can be referred to in this debate that hon. members will not have had ample opportunity, before prorogation comes, to cover in other debates. I have listened to debates in this House on the budget which were largely a repetition of speeches that had been made on the Address in reply to the Speech from the Throne. I have no desire to appear contrary, but I do believe that it would be in the interests of the country if the debate were allowed to stand closed.

Topic:   BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Subtopic:   PROCEEDINGS TAKEN BY INADVERTENCE
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