Mr. Speaker, I found out that our Minister of Foreign Affairs is going to Washington to meet with his counterpart in the Clinton administration and that the Leader of the Opposition is also travelling to that city. I realized why when I read an article in the November 29, 1993 issue of Maclean's magazine. The Leader of the Opposition is quoted in this article as saying:
"I think Americans are very independent". He goes on to say:
In economic terms, Americans believe in individualism, every man for himself. What I love about Americans is their sense of liberty.
When the Leader of the Opposition is in Washington will he be talking about sovereignty or the annexation of Quebec into the United States?