You know, Mr. Speaker, if there is one quality that is important in everyday life, that quality is curiosity. It promotes debate.
It will therefore be a pleasure to answer this question. I have already said this, but I will read my document slowly. With Bill C-4, the Canadian government is choosing investors over Canadians.
Freeing financial syndicates from their moral obligations while leaving untouched their profits, which are not negligible, I am sure, can only be a cause for concern about the future of both the Canadian and the Quebec societies. The government is relinquishing its responsibility to protect public health and the environment.
You will have understood that the Bloc Québécois is fiercely opposed to Bill C-4, and I think my colleague will agree with me.