Mr. ROSS (Moose Jaw):
Just to give you an instance, the other evening when the former member for Regina, Mr. Darke, was speaking of the Ford car, he was questioned by an hon. gentleman opposite. Now our tariff on the parts that go into a Ford car is around 25 per cent, and I believe the total amount collected on the parts of a Ford car entering this country would amount to about $25. But the extra cost to us of a complete Ford car in this country is $150. In Saskatchewan we have to pay $150 more for a Ford car than they pay right across the line to the south of us. If the people who want tariff protection in this country would ask only for the tariff protection they need, you would find that that extra $125 paid by the people of Canada for that Ford car would be spent in buying other articles made in this Dominion, thereby helping other industries.
Topic: GOVERNOR GENERAL'S SPEECH
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