Okay. You'll notice that amendment NDP-4 is identical. It is based on the same sources of information. I am therefore delighted to support amendment PV-2.
As my fellow member indicated, when a decision is made not to initiate a special review of a pest control product—or pesticide—the least the government can do is give Canadians access to the information that prompted the minister's decision. Canadians, overall, have doubts about these products and their health effects. I think they would welcome the minister having to justify his or her decision.
Very often, Canadians may not agree with the decision, but at the very least, there would be some transparency. Canadians could see the reasons why the decision was made and, then, determine for themselves whether they were satisfied with their government and felt it was making the right decisions to protect them. Building that transparency into the legislation is entirely appropriate.