Mr. Speaker, I would like to correct the record for the hon. member.
At the beginning of his speech, he was talking about $1 million in the community adjustment fund. He was confusing it with the community development fund. In fact, it was $1 billion, not $1 million. Maybe the hon. member was doing it in error, but they are two separate funds and he is confused on that matter.
In fact, on those funds, we had the support of the vast majority of the provinces that put out that money. I know in my home province of British Columbia, Premier Campbell put out that money on a number of different initiatives to help the forestry communities and workers.
Our government has been investing from the very beginning across the forest sector. There is no question that sector is in very challenging times. We know that. We understand that. We have sat down on numerous occasions with forest products executives and asked what we can do. We have listened and are making those investments in what they have been suggesting. We are working very closely with them. We are bringing the research institutes across Canada all under FPInnovations, under one leadership, and putting funds in there.
I would ask the member to make sure that he puts the facts out there correctly.