Yes, you're right.
Mr. Speaker, let us say the people of Newfoundland and Labrador, through their elected representatives, the members of the House of Assembly, vote to keep the Senate. What would be the answer from the NDP? It would be “sorry, too bad; unilaterally we do not care about your vote”. Let us assume that they want to do a referendum. Now we are talking. If that is what they want to do, to me that is the only thing I can see the NDP doing. My question is this. Would they have a referendum across the nation, like the Charlottetown Accord? According to the Supreme Court in its recent decision, they need unanimity to get rid of the Senate, unanimity of all provinces. Therefore, they have to have a referendum in each and every province.