Madam Speaker, listening to the hon. member in the party to my left, the far left, I could not help but think how badly they feel because they could not control in any way the rural vote in Saskatchewan. The rural vote left them completely, even the hon. member.
This is a sad day for the people of the prairies. Right now the passage of the bill is as much concern to the people of the prairies as what is going on in the supreme court this afternoon. They are fearful of the passage of the bill.
If the bill passes tonight I will have an arm band ready because it will mean the death of many industries in Saskatchewan which I will point out.
The hon. member referred to a project conducted by the wheat board which indicated that the majority of farmers gained more money by selling to the wheat board. What did he expect?