I'll try in English so maybe the message will carry this time.
There is no way with respect to the federal-provincial negotiations which took place, where there was an agreement to increase the CPP, that the provinces and the federal government agreed to drop the issues regarding the child rearing and disability provisions. There's no way that was negotiated. It didn't come. The only reason this is a problem right now is that it's been dropped during the drafting of the federal legislation.
It means the provinces have nothing to say about this. I'm fairly sure the provinces and territories signed the agreement with the understanding that those provisions will still be there. There is no need to wait until the federal-provincial meeting to address this question, unless you can tell me that when it was signed, when there was that big ceremony, both federal and provincial governments agreed to drop those provisions. I don't believe that was the case.