Mr. Speaker, the health forum is a very useful exercise. We have to look at the problem of health care in Canada. It is now costing about 10 per cent of the GDP, the highest after the United States. We have to look at the problem because if we do not we will be facing some very difficult choices.
We have asked some experts to look at the medium and long term problems of the national health care system. They are doing just that. I can guarantee that this forum is a very good investment to guarantee that eventually we will keep a health care system in Canada that is free. There will not be one for the rich and one for the poor, but a system that gives the same rights and opportunities and the same guarantees to all citizens of Canada.