Mr. Speaker, first let me state that our government took full responsibility. That is in fact why we acted.
We followed a number of logical steps in dealing with both of these agencies to resolve this matter, followed by a cabinet directive, and ultimately bringing a bill before this Parliament when it was clear that this reactor should be resumed to ensure that we do not put people's lives unnecessarily at risk.
We acted and every single member in this House supported that legislation, every single party. Now they want to change their minds. That is not responsible.