Thank you, Mr. McCreary.
My next point would be about how anti-democratic this entire process has been. It was very important to me to be part of an event in Winnipeg this past week where people from across the Prairies were able to come together and talk about how they wanted to be heard on the Wheat Board.
I have here a handout—which I can deliver to the clerk—that I thought was a ten percenter, but it's actually a piece of Government of Canada advertising. It says, “The Government of Canada is delivering on its promise to give marketing freedom to Western Canadian....”, etc.. There's an asterisk next to that remark, and in small letters it says, “Subject to parliamentary approval.” Parliament is an asterisk.
Who paid for this? It was the Government of Canada.
My question is, where are the voices of western farmers, Mr. Oberg?