Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Questions, Answers

For days the Prime Minister of Canada ducked a peppering of questions on foreign policy. Last week he was peppered some more. Members of Parliament wanted to know what Canada was doing about the Council of Foreign Ministers in London (see INTERNATIONAL), at which Canada was not represented. They wondered what share Canada would have in the writing of the peace.

This time William Lyon Mackenzie King, obviously sniffing with anticipation, was ready. He rose in the House of Commons to define clearly his Government's (i.e., Canada's) views.

An End to By-Passing. Said King: Canada will not permit...

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