Mr. Speaker, I am absolutely astonished that an Ontario member would get up in the House and reject the concept of reducing acid rain, which has had such a dramatic impact on the streams and lakes of Ontario.
I would further suggest that it is extraordinary that she would get up here and talk about the program to reduce acid rain and SO
, and fail to point out that, when we finally came to do it, it cost industry in Ontario one-fifth of the amount that it had calculated at the beginning.
Ingenuity takes over and people reduce costs when they are required to do it. That is why ratification of Kyoto is so important next week.