Mr. Speaker, I may be able to contribute something on this point of order. I think you are on fairly safe ground if Your Honour decides to rule, on the basis of precedent, that the bill submitted is in fact out of order. I might also say that I am basing this argument almost on a reversal of precedent. I would refer you, Sir, and the House to Hansard of May 30, 1966, page 5705, when we proved that there is nothing new under the sun. I sponsored a Notice of Motion on this particular subject and at that time there was no discussion in connection with whether or not it came within the rules of the House. In fact, we had an excellent debate on it. However, it was talked out at that time.
Topic: CANADIAN COMMERCIAL CORPORATION ACT
Subtopic: MEASURE TO ALLOW MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT TO PARTICIPATE IN DELIBERATIONS OF CROWN AGENCIES