Mr. Speaker, no Canadian could visit Pikangikum and not be moved.
This is a community of some 2,000 people. After 13 years of Liberal government, they have no water connections and no sewer connections. They have no hydro connections. They have a school with 700 children in it that was built for 300 children.
Last week while I was in Pikangikum I announced that this government is going to deal with those issues. We will be spending $46 million over the next four years.
I would caution my hon. colleagues opposite who are braying at the moment, because their record on this file is one of gross negligence and shame.