Mr. Speaker, yesterday in this House we had some debate about whether the Somalia inquiry should report before the election.
One thing Canadians are unanimous about is to see some action on health care before the election and not to be subjected to a bunch more Liberal promises without action.
Today the Prime Minister was given the opportunity to act through the report of the national health care forum that he set up.
Let us see some action on drug prices. Let us see some action on establishing a stable core for federal funding. Let us see some action on home care. And let us see some action on unemployment, which is the major cause of bad health in this country.
All these things the Liberals can do before the election. Let us see some action.