Hon. J. A. ROBB (Minister of Finance):
The department received applications from two steel companies, if I remember correctly, desiring to be heard before the tariff board. I referred these applications in the regular way to Right Hon. Mr. Graham, chairman of the board, who told me that he was going to fix a day when there would be a general hearing, and all the steel interests of Canada and those interested either for or against a higher tariff would have an opportunity of coming before the board and making their representations. I am sure Mr. Graham wili be as glad to hear my hon. friend as to hear any other citizen of Canada.
Subtopic: REPRESENTATION OF THE PUBLIC AT HEARINGS