I think there's a fundamental difference between our government's approach and the previous government's.
In my riding of Ottawa West—Nepean last night I was speaking to a Kiwanis club. I certainly believe that Canadian families don't believe it's in the best interests of Canadian taxpayers to buy hot air credits in a place like Russia, where we're only compensating for previous government actions. It's almost like saying that around the world we've signed a protocol to all go on a diet and lose some weight. Instead of losing weight, we gain 35 pounds, but we can somehow get an out by paying someone in Russia to lose weight for us. And by the way, they don't even lose any weight; this is just going to compensate them for weight they lost 20 years ago.