In Canada, there is already labelling that is not related to health. It may, for example, be a matter of religion. Think of kosher food prescribed by Jewish laws. Uses may or may not be imposed in other cases.
Today, you ask us how it is that the public has lost confidence. They have lost confidence because there is no transparency, either in terms of regulations or labelling.
Mr. Drouin, 80% of your constituents asked you to regulate labelling, and you voted against it in May 2017. This is a problem of democracy and a problem of transparency that undermines the public's trust.