May 29, 1931 (17th Parliament, 2nd Session)

CON

John Howard Myers

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MYERS:

I believe the hon. member
for Weyburn himself moved a resolution to the effect that the money which will enable the council to carry on their work for the coming year be not voted. If that is not doing away with the National Dairy Council, I should like to know what it means. And let me tell the hon. member for Weyburn here and now that his resolution will make very good reading for Tory politicians when the next federal election comes round. Let us act sensibly. Let us get on with our work.

Let us have done with this foolishness and pass the estimate as it has been passed every year for possibly the last twenty years. It is not different this year from what it was before. The items that the Minister of Agriculture has under his hand follow very closely the items that were voted in the house for the ex-Minister of Agriculture during the last nine years.

Topic:   DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
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