Mr. Speaker, I thank my hon. colleague for those remarks, but there were not many answers there. My problem is that what he calls the environmental impact assessment act, is we call the no more pipelines bill because it is virtually going to kill pipelines being built in this country. That is one of the problems that I have.
Liberals talk about having meetings and collaborating with provincial and territorial leaders, but not once have they had a good conversation with the premiers in Alberta and Saskatchewan and listened to some of their suggestions moving forward.
Liberals are talking about ensuring resource development is done moving forward. Could we have a firm commitment that Teck's frontier project will be moving forward? That project will help people get back to work in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
We are looking forward to having resource development continue and we do a better job of this than anyone else in the world. We have great environmental standards and great labour laws in place where employees are treated fairly. Is the government going to approve the Teck frontier development? Hopefully it will be in a timely manner, so people can get back to work and have good paying jobs to ensure that their families are looked after.