Before we go to the next round of debate, I would remind hon. members that when we are in adjournment debate, much like when we are in committee of the whole, the rules are slightly more relaxed and members will be recognized from the seat of their choice throughout the three interventions that can take place in adjournment debate in the 30 minutes we have available. I know members are, in many ways, creatures of habit and will always go to their usual seats in the chamber, but they should know that, should they wish, they can choose another seat and make the debate a little less formal.
The hon. member for Regina—Lewvan.