Mr. Speaker, that is certainly what the Minister of Finance and the other ministers will do.
We said that 85 per cent of the jobs in Canada will be created by small and medium size businesses in the future. That is why we have passed some legislation and made some adjustments that will induce the private sector to create these jobs.
They will explain the technique Canada has decided to use. I hope that others will benefit from our views.
If in the course of the discussions someone were to come up with the miracle solution, of course we would take it, but it is a complicated situation all over the world.
We know Canada has a problem. Some will say perhaps we should reduce or abandon the minimum wage. Canada is not that kind of a country. Canada does not want to have sweatshops in order for people to have jobs. We are a civilized nation that wants to do it the proper way. We have a good regime, but if somebody has a better idea then we are open to it.
I am a Liberal. I am not a doctrinaire person. I borrow from the left and I borrow from the right, as long as the solution is right.