Canada-Honduras Economic Growth and Prosperity Act
Mr. Speaker, the real concern that we on this side of the House have is not with this agreement, nor the CETA agreement, but just with the New Democratic Party’s view of trade in general and its spectre that trade is bad for our country, despite two million jobs being attributable to NAFTA, which the NDP opposed. That member, in his own release on the European trade agreement, said that it would put the Canadian way of life under threat. Whether it is small trade agreements or large, the NDP’s philosophical opposition to trade is that it is holding back our economy.
If that member is not in favour of even a huge agreement like CETA, is he not in favour of trade at all?