Mr. Speaker, it is obvious that we need stronger measures in addition to mere incentives. This was the policy we adopted in Bathurst with all of ministers of the environment and energy.
Unfortunately, I must reiterate that the Parti Quebecois and the Bloc Quebecois will be the first to accuse us of stepping on the provinces' toes if we were to regulate emissions that fall under provincial jurisdiction. What we promised in the red book was to get our house in order first and also to encourage all of the provinces to put in place more than incentives. We expect the government of Quebec to take part in discussions on this issue, which transcends all politics. It concerns the health of Canadians.