We'll call this meeting to order. We're at meeting No. 44, and of course everybody knows we're continuing our study of Bill C-469, an act to establish a Canadian environmental bill of rights.
I welcome all of you back from your winter break. I hope you're all recharged and ready to rock and roll.
Now, as you recall, we were considering clause 12. At the last meeting we had just passed an amendment to clause 12, moved by Mr. Scarpaleggia, which read, “and registered, Canadian-controlled entities, the Government of Canada shall”. So that is inserted on line 22 in the English version on page 8 and line 24 in the French version on page 8.
We left on clause 12, and this is how much time is left: the Conservatives have used up all their time on clause 12; the NDP has five minutes left; the Liberals have six minutes left; and the Bloc have the full eight minutes available to them.
There is no time left on the full motion for the Conservatives. The time had completely ticked away.
So is there any further debate on clause 12?
I'm going to call the question.