Mr. Speaker, it is not only Frank McKenna I am quoting. A spokesman for the American Missile Defense Agency said the following in December:
Canada ...worked out a deal so that information that came to NORAD would be shared for missile defence purposes....
The Prime Minister himself, during the Christmas break when Parliament was not sitting, said:
--we made the amendment to the NORAD agreement. ...that was part of this overall missile defence concept.
Is it not a bit late for the Prime Minister to decide he is not part of it?