Mr. Speaker, I wonder if my colleague across the way realizes that one of the issues we are talking about is worker fatigue.
I live in a constituency that has right beside it Agincourt Yard. The trains go back and forth. It is up to the employees, especially the Teamsters, when they drive the trains, to ensure that nothing happens. Should a derailment happen and dangerous goods are involved, my constituency would be in harm's way.
Therefore, it is up to us, this House, to ensure that employees' rights are not trampled upon. The government is allowing Canadian Pacific's corporate greed to enter into it and is legislating the employees back to work. That is all it is doing. It does not care about negotiations. It does not care about unions' right. It says, “Let's trample upon them. Let's throw them away. Let's support Canadian Pacific.”