Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the member's comments. It is a complicated issue and it is not so black and white.
I appreciate when the member lists off a series of projects and the importance of development, but of course she knows that the government does support the Coastal GasLink project. She also knows that it is a provincial project supported by the B.C. NDP. I assume she knows as well that there is a provincial court order, and that the RCMP in this case is provincially contracted.
When we talk about the time between the initial conflict and where we are today, the province is fundamentally the lead in this. Where the federal government can play a role is oversight, in some ways, of the RCMP, and by being at the table and supporting provincial efforts. One way is to escalate conflict and the other way is to de-escalate the situation. When we talk about removing the blockades, that is the ultimate goal.
I wonder what the member's thoughts are, and whether her course of action would be to escalate or to de-escalate. What is the best course of action to remove the blockades?