I don't think medical professionals across the country will be too happy with that answer.
I want to ask you a question about what I am consistently asked when I'm home in my constituency in Alberta. We have, as you are probably well aware, a crisis in Alberta, relative to jobs. We have a 10% unemployment rate in Calgary, and it's rising every month. People are saying to me that they hear you consistently talk about the middle-class tax cut, but that doesn't do any good for someone who's not working. If they don't have children, the child tax credit is of no value.
I know that you gave a $250-million equalization payment to the Alberta government, but that doesn't help the individuals in Alberta. What am I supposed to be telling my constituents who are out of work and who have little likelihood of finding work that the federal government is going to be doing for them as an individual person, not as a faceless, middle-class, child-rearing couple that we continue to hear about?