Madam Speaker, I want to thank my colleague from the Bloc Québécois who is asking this question. I found it interesting during the last election when his leader indicated he would never be Prime Minister of this country. In fact, it could be argued that party does not really care that much about Canada. They really care about their own little niche, perhaps, but they do not have any broader view of where Canada should go.
On this side of the House, the Conservative Party of Canada cares about every single Canadian. We care about every single Canadian's financial future. That is why, through our economic action plan, we are spending money getting the economy stimulated and making sure that we have our economy operating at a level greater than other countries around the world.
We are all facing a global economic downturn, but because of the actions that Canada had taken earlier, we are in better shape, and we will be in better shape coming out of the recession. We will come out of the recession faster. That is why it is important for us to talk to the financial sector. We are dealing with the credit and debit side, understanding what the issues are and making proper, informed policy that will be good for Canadians and their credit and debit system for years and years to come.