Mr. Speaker, 1 wonder how the minister can say that when, surely, his proposal will have to go to the board of economic management. The Prime Minister has said, "The board will have the responsibility of reviewing and approving all programs and policies directly affecting economic development, secondary industry, resource industry, such as tourism, not only co-ordinating but also approving the delivery of federal programs." In view of these pronouncements by the Prime Minister, what does the Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce have left to supervise, except perhaps the metric
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commission? Does he now like the metric commission? Could he tell us what is left for him?
Sub-subtopic: POLICY ON INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT