Madam Speaker, just on the point of the Access to Information Act and release of documents, I think it is important for all producers as well as all Canadians to appreciate and understand, which I think they do when listening to reasoned arguments, but this is very sensitive information and I do not think, quite frankly, the producers would feel very comfortable about foreign buyers, foreign markets, foreign competitors, foreign companies having access to, very, very sensitive information which could impact negatively upon the Canadian Wheat Board's ability to market their grains abroad.
That is exactly what the Reform Party are asking for our competitors. They are not asking for Canadians. They are asking on behalf of competitors to the Canadian Wheat Board to open up the books so that they can have all the information they need to be able to help defeat Canadian wheat producers, and that is something I will not stand for. We will protect the Canadian Wheat Board. We will protect Canadian producers, and quite frankly, we will have a more competitive environment.