Is the price of butter pegged in Canada, and what is that price? I ask this
[Mr. Fulton. 1
question because I understand something was mentioned a moment ago about the price of butter in Newfoundland being eight-five cents retail per pound. I know it was eighty-five cents before the union, but the retail price is now seventy-five cents. I am asking this question because, if I am given the pegged price, I can figure out exactly what the price should be in Newfoundland, and find out if some of our people down there are charging us too much.
Topic: MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY
Subtopic: WORICS AND UNDERTAKINGS DECLARED TO BE FOR THE GENERAL ADVANTAGE OF CANADA