Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague from Lévis—Lotbinière.
I am confused because my colleague is talking about a bill that does not exist. We are deliberating Bill C-69 today. It is a very weak bill that includes the same principles as under the Conservative government. It does not contain any measures that will actually strengthen the environmental assessment process or protect our bodies of water.
I am astonished to hear that he opposes this bill, because it contains the same principles as under the Conservative government.
Jacques Gourde – Member for Lévis—Lotbinière
Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for her question.
In the bill before us, there is one major fundamental difference: it gives the Minister of Environment and Climate Change of the day the final say. This could prove to be extremely dangerous for the future of our country if we have a minister whose ideology privileges approaches that work against the Canadian economy. This bill could lead to serious problems in the future.