Mr. Speaker, I believe hon. members opposite were the first political party to call on me, as the minister responsible for health, to move with dispatch as it relates to new reproductive technologies. We have done that.
We have come forward with a bill that will go to committee. It will be examined. Hearings will take place. If improvements are necessary, they will be made.
It is certainly not the intention of the government or the administration to have any overlap and duplication. Where it is pointed out, we will act accordingly.