Yes, it is a promise. And the minister says he is going to remind him of the promise. The minister is the man who will determine whether or not the promise can be carried into effect. Does that not show the true picture? All the minister has to do to-day, is to say that the opportunity will be given, if asked for, so that the promise can be carried into effect. All the minister has to do to-day is to allow an amendment to the transport regulations so that reference can be had to the courts if the application is denied. Only in that way, when the board acts unfairly in a matter of jurisdiction, would Ontario or any other province have the right of recourse to the courts. The minister says he will help the premier of Ontario; at the same time I ask him to make it possible for that promise to be carried into effect by making provision for an appeal which does not exist at the present time should the province's application be denied.