Madam Speaker, I should indicate that the NDP has consistently opposed measures introduced by the Liberal government that it deems undesirable to Canadians. There has been no hesitation on our part in criticizing this government on a whole range of questions. An example is the MAI. We remain the only party in this House that is concerned about the MAI.
Reform Party members are a bunch of applauders to the Liberal Party's decision to drive another stake in the heart of Canadian jobs and the Canadian economy.
The NDP position on Bill C-4 is quite clear, as my position is quite clear. I am opposed to the bill introduced by the Liberal government for the reasons I gave in my speech and for the reasons in the speeches of other members from my party. One thing that distinguishes my position from the position of the member for Yorkton—Melville is that I support the Canadian Wheat Board. He does not.