Mr. Speaker, we have just seen an example of the disease of selective memory.
About three minutes ago I finished an exchange with a member of the NDP and pointed out that there were 13 governments involved, the provinces and territories. The Reform Party would dearly love to load all the responsibility on to a minister who courageously got the provinces and the territories together to work out some sort of agreement. They came to an agreement and the minister defended that agreement.
There have been some changes made in the minds of some of the provinces. That has opened a window of opportunity.