LOOKING back at one of the longest parliamentary sessions in Canadian history, it is to be hoped that the eleventh-hour suggestions of C.C.F. Leader M. J. Coldwell and R. W. Gladstone, Liberal member for Wellington South, for a drastic overhauling and improvement in parliamentary procedure and practice bear some fruit.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK7 min
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