Thank you, Chair, and I will follow up with you, Mr. Pursey.
You spoke about how we need to ensure that we also remove other barriers. You mentioned specifically pharmacare and child care, for example.
I say that because a Liberal member of Parliament just introduced Bill C-273, which calls for a study. What my main concern with this bill is, in opposition to the guaranteed livable basic income motion 46 I put forward.... I was very clear in that motion that a guaranteed livable basic income must be in addition to current and future government programs and support. Subparagraph 3(3)(d)(i) in the bill is very concerning to me because it opens the door to, for example, replacing existing social programs. We know through studies that this could actually leave people further in poverty.
You mentioned that, especially in regard to women trying to get back to work. Could you expand on that?