Mr. C. A. WILSON:
Since the Soldiers' Voting Bill was passed we have had a Redistribution Bill, and a certain portion of [ Mr. Doherty. ]
the county of Laval has been divided into four pa,rts, one part forming the new division of St. Denis, and the other three parts being annexed respectively to Two Mountains, Jacques Cartier >and Maisonneuve. I feel satisfied that some of my constituents who are at the front would not know what constituency they were in. It seems to me that instead of the soldier being allowed to make his choice, his vote should be cast in the parish from which he enlisted.
Subtopic: THE MILITARY VOTERS' ACT, 1917.