I'm going to be very brief.
I served as a parliamentary secretary. I worked with members on a committee that was opposition chaired and we got more unanimous reports done than any other iteration of that committee did in 10 years.
We did that by going across and talking about these things ahead of time, asking for input, and working together on what was reasonable. There are always going to be politics in this place, but that doesn't mean we can't be good parliamentarians.
This approach, Mr. MacKinnon through the chair, is not a productive way to do that. If you want to antagonize one another, these are the kinds of things that drive people nuts. I do have a very good memory, and I do know that that process worked. Perhaps members opposite may want to reconsider their approach.