Mr. Speaker, it is refreshing that the solicitor general will know about it in three months. I have known about it for six years.
Let me quote the solicitor general in the House last week. He said that after prisoners are on parole, there needs to be some type of program to help people who are addicted. What does he mean by after they are on parole and in some type of program? This does not sound like a plan, it sounds like a cop-out to me.
After all these years of drug abuse in our prisons, why does the solicitor general have no plan at all?