I'll just say that after seeing Unifor appointed to the group, that's the point: They'll determine who is on the panel. It totally undermines the supposed non-partisanship. That was originally what the government talked about.
That is exactly the point: to not proceed with this media bailout plan, because it will be partisan. Unifor is an ally of a political party that the government is part of: the Liberal Party of Canada. Because of Unifor's participation, there is absolutely no way that in good conscience we can allow this tax credit to go through. They are not in any way a non-partisan organization. They're not neutral in any way, and now they'll be deciding who is going to get access to this panel group. They'll be deciding who is appointed. It's absolutely ridiculous, and I can't believe the government is insisting on proceeding with it.
(Amendment negatived [See Minutes of Proceedings])