Mr. Speaker, we are not the only ones saying this; the federalists in the Quebec National Assembly are not in agreement with the Canadian government either.
Yesterday, we saw this Prime Minister shaking hands with Guy Bertrand; a few months ago, it was Howard Galganov. We also
remember the accolade to Clyde Wells after the failure of the Meech Lake accord.
Every time anyone takes a stand against Quebec or the National Assembly, the Prime Minister allies with him.
By denying the importance of the constitutional question, is the Prime Minister not in the process of admitting that he has nothing to offer Quebecers, whether they be sovereignists or federalists?