Mr. Speaker, I have before me the motion, which states:
...under the guise of promoting Canada’s Economic Action Plan...
The motion therefore refers to Canada's economic action plan. It is clearly written in the motion. We are being told that we have demonstrated various behaviours, and I truly hope that the hon. members who will come after me will be able to continue to demonstrate the quality of our government.
I would like to respond by saying that our government and the government representatives from Quebec who are currently in office have also seen what the party opposite has done over the past 20 years. Earlier, I heard the member for Québec speak. In 20 years, under different governments, her party has succeeded in having only four bills pass and receive royal assent, three to change the names of ridings and one to create a commemorative holiday.
The government's representatives are the ones that get results that affect people's salaries and their day-to-day lives and they will gladly continue to do so.