Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech full of goodwill.
Earlier he said that the government has not followed up on the unanimous recommendations at all. I would like to point out that this morning's debate is not about, say, forestry or fisheries. If it were, we would be talking about well-known cases that we are familiar with or have heard about, ones where we met with unions and advocacy groups. Today's subject is one we are very familiar with. We have staff whom we supervise and who do a great job handling those cases. They are specialists.
Is my colleague hopeful that the government will actually pay some attention today and not ignore this as it did when the report was tabled?