Mr. Campbell (Stormont):
No, not in Cornwall, because due to the neglect of the previous government the situation there was already too far gone to revive. In the same year that Cornwall Cottons declined Dominion Textiles made one of the highest profits it made for many years.
As far as the Cornwall seaway is concerned, the people of Cornwall know that it was locating the locks on the United States side that ruined Cornwall. Just ask the people of Cornwall about this. I suggest they will have an opportunity to give their answer very shortly and their answer will be found by the hon. member to be very pointed indeed. I would be delighted if the hon. gentleman were to come to Cornwall and oppose me in the constituency of Stormont. I would be delighted indeed if he were to do so.
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