When that bill came up for second reading I pointed out that if only the western half of the line were built, the result would probably be that the business from Chibougamau would be turned into the Toronto area, and I urged very strongly that the eastern end of the line to Lac St. Jean should be built at the same time. In that suggestion I was supported by the hon. member for Chicoutimi, various members of the Conservative party and, I think, by one or two of the Liberal members from the Lac St. Jean area. Then when the bill went to the committee we took the same stand again. We took it when the bill came back to the house. We took that stand throughout. While I am not particularly concerned about the paternity, I certainly do not want to have my child stolen away right under my nose. If the minister is sufficiently interested and will read Hansard for that time, I think he will find that what I have set out this afternoon is correct.