Mr. Speaker, everything is always partisan with the Bloc.
It is hard to take the Bloc members seriously. In terms of peculiarities, their peculiarity in the House of Commons is that they signed a coalition document in December binding themselves to a North American cap and trade. Two months later, they support in this House a private member's bill that is entirely inconsistent with a North American cap and trade regime.
How can anybody take seriously what comes from that end of the House of Commons?