3rd Session—30th Parliament
Question Period begins with Joe Clark (Leader of the Opposition) and Bill Kempling asking Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau about Canada’s economic ties with countries with opposing ideologies, namely apartheid South Africa, Pinochet’s Chile, and Cuba.
The House resumes its discussion of Canada’s current and future foreign relations policy; there are speeches by Stuart Leggatt, John Diefenbaker, Mitchell Sharp, Adrien Lambert, Claude-André Lachance, Heath Macquarrie, Bob Kaplan, Louis Duclos, Max Saltsman, Howard Johnston, Stanley Haidasz, Maurice Dupras (Parliamentary Secretary to Secretary of State for External Affairs), and David MacDonald.
Bill C-217, an amendment to the Broadcasting Act, is debated by Dan McKenzie, S. Victor Railton, Allan B. McKinnon, Jim Fleming, Donald W. Munro, and Robert Daudlin (Parliamentary Secretary to the Secretary of State).
Members are called to the Senate to witness the royal assent of Bill C-5.
(Portions of these proceedings are not available due to deterioration of the original videotape.)