Mr. Speaker, I want to assure you that what the hon. member said was parliamentary. It is the name of a rock group.
First, with respect to the Nisga'a treaty, I gather from his comments that he wants the bill to be adopted rapidly and we will do what we can to accommodate that request.
Today we will continue with the third reading stage of Bill C-71, the budget bill.
Tomorrow we will debate Bill C-66, the housing bill, at third reading. I do not intend to call other legislation tomorrow if the House completes that bill.
On Monday it is our intention to take up the report stage and, as soon as possible thereafter, the third reading stage of Bill C-72, the bill to amend the Income Tax Act.
On Tuesday it is our intention to take up Bill C-78, the pension legislation, assuming of course that it has been reported on time, and I think it is scheduled to be reported tomorrow.
On Wednesday we intend to commence the report stage of Bill C-32, which concerns the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.
On Thursday we will return to Bill C-78.
The back-up bills for this week, if we were to finish items very early, would be Bill C-68, the youth justice bill, and Bill C-56. The back-up bill for the end of next week, should our business finish early, would be Bill C-54, concerning electronic commerce, privacy and other matters.