Mr. Speaker, the minister tells us we should not speak about it, but she goes ahead anyway. She spoke about it two seconds ago; she speaks about it in the Toronto Star . So, we might as well keep right on.
The Minister of Justice said that Quebec's sovereignty created such a special situation that the Constitution would be of no help.
How does she square this statement with Mr. Fortier's position that Quebec's sovereignty is subject to the Canadian Constitution, because it seems that Mr. Fortier is speaking on her behalf?