Mr. Speaker, I have one further supplementary question.
Internal barriers to trade are created by provincial governments and inflict injury on businesses and consumers. The federal government's approach to dealing with these barriers has been to get the provinces, the creators of the problem, together and ask them to solve it.
Has the government considered bringing together businesses and consumers that are injured by internal barriers to trade and giving them the tools to fight these barriers, for example
providing a domestic trade dispute settling mechanism in Canada like we have in the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement?