Mr. Speaker, the minister talks about it dying on the order paper. We do not have any say over what happens in the Ontario legislature but we do have a say over what happens here. Whether it dies here or not, I think it is certainly something we need to ask about.
The Prime Minister has said how he dearly wished he could throw Senator Andrew Thompson out, but he also gave a million excuses to defend the same man.
When Ontarians choose to elect a senator, will the government and the Prime Minister send him to the Senate, or will he just yammer on about the dead Charlottetown accord?