Madam Speaker, I will resume. It provides me with an opportunity to once again reiterate the point that the Canadian Wheat Board has proposed within C-4. It is an elected body of 10 directors who will be installed into the directorship of the Canadian Wheat Board. That provides a majority position for producers, not for political appointees, which I think is what the other members from the opposite side of the House want. They want to be able to control the wheat board by politicians. We want to put it in the hands of producers. That is what this government states.
In the House of Commons on February 17th, 1998. See this statement in context.