Yes, that is right, in 1535. Mr. Chairman, 1 wish to point out to the minister the fact that this spot was made into a public park about ten years ago. Numerous representations have been made by the authorities of the city of Quebec, by public bodies such as the Societe St. Jean Baptiste, citizens' leagues and others so that this historical site would be developed at last and steps taken so that the people could commemorate by a monument and visits, the event I mentioned, that is the discovery of Canada.
I think, Mr. Chairman, that it would be appropriate on the occasion of the centennial celebrations to give the development of the Cartier-Brebeuf park all the attention it deserves.
I would also like to point out to the minister, as I said before, that many representations were made over a number of years.
I remember that, during the 1958 election campaign, the right hon. Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Diefenbaker) paid a visit to that park and I remember also that he definitely promised that within a few years or months, the park would be built.
I would like to believe, Mr. Chairman, that there was no ill-will on the part of the present Leader of the Opposition, who later became Prime Minister, but I must point out just the same that nothing was done and the park is still waiting to be developed.
I call the attention of the minister to that matter and I dare hope that, when his next estimates are considered, or even before, he will have found it possible to do something to realize that project-
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