Madam Speaker, the member across the way is a true Conservative. There is no doubt about that. He seems to be fixated on duelling. We pass a law, and lo and behold, there is no more duelling, because we passed a law 150 years ago. If it is retracted, he has an expectation that we are going to see chaos in our streets. We are going to have duelling taking place all over again.
Let me make a suggestion to the member. There is a time in the life of sessions and Parliaments when we need to modernize and update our laws. The member comes across as being a little paranoid possibly. Maybe he does not quite trust our public service, or something of that nature.
I wonder if the member would comment on two quick things. First, does he really believe that by retracting that aspect of the duel we are going to start to see more duels taking place in Canada? Second, an important aspect of the legislation says that it is not okay to accept consent from someone who has passed out. Does he believe that is something the Conservative Party would support?