I rise to direct your
attention, Sir, to the fact that a point of order is before the Chair. I do not purpose allowing any hon. member to make a speech that is irrelevant to the question under discussion. If the hon. member who represents the riding of Wentworth is objecting to such a large amount being expended in improving the roads in his particular riding, that is a matter between him and his constituents. Personally, I am in favour of good roads, but I contend that the total amount to which Ontario is entitled should be equally distributed
throughout the province. The point of order is before the Chair, and I do not think hon. members should wander in other directions when your decision in this matter has not been given to the committee.
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