Mr. Speaker, perhaps we could start with the $1.1 billion that was put aside in the last fiscal year for climate change.
We could add to that the $2 billion that we put in place for an infrastructure program to be matched so that it will be a $6 billion program for green infrastructure. That is the second thing.
We could talk about the tens of millions of dollars that are being put aside for research into the impact of toxins on health and on the environment.
We could talk about the fact that we have negotiated and signed the Cartagena protocol and, in addition, the Stockholm protocol where Canada was not only the first nation to ratify but also the first nation to put up money.
We could talk about the agreement with the United States.