Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister and Canadians will remember and I certainly remember our conversation at that time. He said that it did not make us part of missile defence. Now they are saying that it does make us part of missile defence.
On December 2, I asked the Prime Minister here in the House on the status of missile defence negotiations. The Prime Minister said, “The fact is that the United States government has not provided us with a specific proposal”.
If the Prime Minister says that there has not been a proposal, how can he now reject it?