Mr. Speaker, in response to the crisis in gasoline prices the Liberal government has done what Liberals always do. It appointed a committee to study the industry, and it is the 12th in the last 15 years. Does that make sense? The committee will cost Canadians $750,000 and it will not report until next year.
Why does the finance minister not cut out the doggie doodle and reduce the federal tax on gasoline that he himself raised in 1995?