Madam Speaker, the hon. member for Provencher explained it so well in his comment.
Indeed, it is unbelievable to say one thing and to do the complete opposite, and yet, that is exactly what my colleagues on the other side of the House have been doing since the start of the debate. They probably did not have access to the right briefing book because I think even the backbenchers on the government side do not have access to the briefing book that gives real examples of the effects of the changes proposed in Bill C-58.
Perhaps it is vexatious for cabinet members not to give information to members of the Liberal caucus.