Mr. Speaker, it is very important to ensure that before there is a full meeting of all the ministers involved that we are able to agree on agendas and work on a number of the initiatives.
We are trying to put in place developments that would lead toward a proper child care policy. We have to examine a number of strategic initiatives that would be part of our $800 million program.
As a consequence I have asked the deputy minister of my department to be in touch with his counterparts across the country and to sit down and arrange those agendas. That meeting will be taking place at the end of the month, I believe the date is May 30, at which time all the deputy ministers of all the provinces will come together so that we can work out the kind of agenda and program that will be required for federal-provincial discussions and consultations.
I want to report to the hon. member and to the House that we are carrying forward this process in a very deliberate, very careful and very consultative fashion. I know that will make her very happy.