Mr. Speaker, when the royals arrived in Canada over the weekend, the Prime Minister said:
The Great Bear rainforest is no place for a crude oil pipeline.
British Columbians give that a big high five.
What he seems unwilling to do is to say whether he thinks the Great Bear rainforest is a place for a natural gas pipeline. Can the Prime Minister reassure British Columbians on that, or is he just going to leave them hanging?