Mr. Speaker, obviously this case is being argued before the court today. Therefore we are all limited in that which we should say because this case is not to be argued outside the court.
Let me, however, make it very plain. We believe that we the Government of Canada put three fundamental questions before the court. Mr. Fortier argued yesterday that the court should answer those three fundamental questions. There may well be other questions that in the future need to be addressed, but those are not questions before the court. I am in complete agreement with—