Madam Speaker, I am not sure there was actually a question contained in that statement.
As everyone in the House knows, the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Human Resources Development have begun a discussion with Canadians and have held consultations with Canadians in relation to employment insurance.
Let me remind the hon. member that employment insurance is one part of the social union framework in this country that makes our nation the envy of the world.
Having said that, let me remind the hon. member that he and other members of the House, as well as all Canadians, will have an opportunity to participate, and I urge them to participate, in the debate on employment insurance in this country. It is an important debate. None of us would deny that. It is a debate on which many Canadians, many of my constituents, have views which they want to express.
I would ask the hon. member not to forget that employment insurance is part of the social framework in this country that provides all of us and our families with a needed sense of security.
Therefore, I simply conclude by encouraging the hon. member to partake in this debate.