Mr. Speaker, I would agree with my hon. colleague. The bill is a step and not the last word on rail transit development in Canada.
In fact, we have a national transit strategy that we have presented in the House. We think this is the right way to go. We are one of the only, if not the only, G7 country that does not have a national transit strategy.
In that vacuum we have these issues that my hon. colleague is raising. We can right that course and change direction, and our national transit strategy is the right way to go.