Mr. Speaker, he has plenty to say. The Minister of Human Resources Development Canada has plenty to say. First, he would like to ask young people to stay in school as long as possible, and to get the best training possible, for the statistics the Leader of the Opposition has just cited do not refer to young people with training, whose rate of unemployment is lower than the Canadian average, if you look at your figures properly.
So, what I have to say to young people today is this: Stay in school, get as much training as you can. That is your best chance for a job. I can also tell you that what society needs at this point is economic stability, political stability. Early this week we had an extraordinary speech by the Prime Minister of Canada, to which I shall refer again this afternoon. He went to Montreal to offer his co-operation, his solidarity to all Canadians to rebuild Montreal. And what have we had ever since? The only vision these people are capable of is division, constant division and redivision, like the hon. member for Rosemont tried to do, when he spoke to us this morning of the way Montreal used to be, divided between the English and the French.