Mr. Speaker, we are hearing that this bill will necessarily improve the employer’s position, but, unless I am mistaken, it seeks to appoint a mediator and an arbitrator. Normally, mediators and arbitrators seek to find a fair solution for all parties.
Why, then, does my colleague from Joliette think that the bill will benefit the employer to the detriment of the union?
I would also like to comment on a point raised by the hon. member for Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie. It is true that some mail service is maintained, but not so much in the north.
Should we throw the north under the bus so that the strike can continue?