Mr. Speaker, on the democratic front, one of the most untransparent things that has happened in parliament was the breathtaking news that the Minister for International Trade said he had great results and would make all of the position papers available. Then there was a pause and he said that of course he would not be able to do that before the Quebec summit because the translation was not complete, but he would be doing it eventually. Such hypocrisy.
In terms of trade, we continue to say that we believe in fair trade. To listen to the member for London—Fanshawe, one would think that there had been no trade prior to the North American Free Trade Agreement or the free trade agreement. Somehow we have been developing trade throughout the world for many hundreds of years. Some rules have been better than other rules, but the notion that suddenly we live in a global economy and we have trade is a very thin reed on which to base an argument.