Yes, Mr. Speaker, there are some comparable issues here.
I would point out two things. It has been a challenge getting the NDP members to accept responsibility and accountability for money they should seriously look at in the creation of their satellite office in Quebec, which was in clear violation of the rules. This is not just what politicians are saying. This is also coming from the administration. However, they have resisted any accountability on that issue.
On the issue of the Senate, my question for the member is this. Could he be very clear and indicate that for us to make many of the changes the NDP has been proposing for years, it would require the support of the provinces? Surely to goodness, the member knows that. However, he still wants to give the impression that he and the NDP have the power to reform the Senate without working with the provinces in a very tangible fashion. He might want to provide comment on that.