The minister will have plenty of opportunity to do so when the clock is not moving against him as it is now. I think the house is entitled to something much
clearer than the rather inadequate explanations the minister has put on the record already, which are not in conformity with the principles that are involved and certainly do not explain the differences between Ontario, let us say, on Saturday and Ontario on Monday.
In fact, Mr. Chairman, the resolution itself tells us that this could not possibly be the explanation of these differences because we see, coming to the part having to do with the provinces as a whole, that the proposed change is to alter the definition of standard individual income tax so that in any agreement these words shall be construed as if the words "10 per cent" were replaced by the words "13 per cent". That makes it perfectly clear, Mr. Chairman.
Topic: DOMINION-PROVINCIAL RELATIONS MEASURE TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO ATLANTIC PROVINCES, ETC.