Mr. Real Caouette (Villeneuve):
No, Mr. Speaker. We are in the habit of following parliamentary procedure, and in my opinion motion No. 2 must go to the bottom of the list of private member's motions, as has been done in the past and as is the present practice.
The federal government may be interested in this affair, but a few provinces have their own laws. Then let Mr. Harley's motion No.
2 go to the bottom of the list, and let us proceed with motion No. 3. We see no objection to proceeding with motion No. 3, but we object to motion No. 2 remaining at the top of the list of notices of motions.
Subtopic: REQUEST FOR CONFERENCE ON PROVISION OF LEGAL AID