January 12, 1926 (15th Parliament, 1st Session)

IND

Joseph Henri Napoléon Bourassa

Independent

Mr. BOURASSA:

I say it simply because there is evidence of a change of mind on the part of the right hon. gentleman in the right sense; and I hope that any other hon. gentleman on the other side who considers the matter at all will cogitate over my right hon. friend's Hamilton speech in order if possible to

Government's Right to Office
correct the impression created by the Toronto speech, and so evolve a national policy for the Conservative party.

Topic:   GOVERNOR GENERAL'S SPEECH
Subtopic:   MOTION FOR PRECEDENCE-GOVERNMENT'S RIGHT TO RETAIN OFFICE
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