Mr. Chair, thank you.
I will go with your ruling and consider it notice three times. I would also like to go on the record and say that it's another example of this being blocked from a study taking place, and hopefully the minister will encourage his colleagues to conduct the business that the electors, the citizens of Canada, have asked us to conduct and also to ensure that all dollars in a potentially $1.3-billion bailout are allocated effectively.
Mr. Bains, if I could continue on a separate line of questioning, on February 1 of this year you said that you have a plan. On February 3 you said you have a plan, and again on February 18, 23, and 25. Every time you said you have a plan to grow the economy, sometimes in regard directly to manufacturing and other times in regard to economic development as a whole. On March 7 and 8 you also said you had a plan, but in the budget it says through 2016-17 the government will define a bold new plan. On March 22 your budget document basically said your plan is to make a plan.
It seems like the plan you were talking about before the budget was a plan to make a plan to make a plan.
If I may, minister, what is your plan specifically, not talking points, and not answers from the House of Commons. What is your plan? Please tell me it's more than a plan to make a plan.