Mr. Speaker, I share my colleague's satisfaction with his own bill when it comes to being able to transport wine from one province of Canada to another. However, I have to say that when it comes to the issue of the Senate, certainly the Prime Minister was very vocal about his concern about change in the Senate. Yet after eight years of Conservative rule, the government has brought no changes at all to the Senate. It was our leader, actually, who made more significant change in one morning in the Senate than we have seen from the Prime Minister himself, other than appointing 54 senators since he came to office.
If my colleague feels that we need to have some improvements in the Senate, is he encouraging his government to take a stand for the changes that he thinks need to happen in the Senate?