The member is correct in reminding the House that I was here. I was sensitive to the approach taken in the speech by his hon. colleague who I know has very strong views and feelings on this issue. His commitment to judicial issues and his passion to the topic is well documented.
Notwithstanding the strong feelings any of us might have on an issue such as this, when we are dealing with other people of integrity and people in offices such as the judiciary, I believe we are well to be reminded by the Chair to respect the traditions of this House.
While I did not rise during his speech in the same fashion as the Chair chose to act, I was certainly as sensitive to the issue. I am pleased that the Chair did raise this to remind us. We should keep this in mind when dealing with an issue such as this.