I question the relevance of studying this motion when we haven't finished discussing or ruling on the other motion. I also think the motion doesn't mean much since it repeats what we hear during the question period.
The federal government and the provinces meet to discuss the enhancement of the Canada pension plan. I've already seen these meetings. In fact, I've already attended these meetings, not necessarily from the inside, but at least from the outside. Details such as the issue of child-rearing and disability dropout provisions are not discussed at these meetings. A general agreement is reached on the key principles specifically.
One thing is clear in this case. When drafting Bill C-26, the government made an error that excluded these elements. There's no need to bring this matter to a federal-provincial meeting. Instead of discussing this motion, I want us to finish dealing with the motion submitted, and even amended, by my colleague, Scott Duvall. Otherwise, I would consider this matter more a political game than anything else.