Mr. Speaker, most schoolchildren take for granted having decent elementary and high schools. For many first nations, this is not the case.
The minister pretends education is a priority, but he has not delivered. The government cancelled the $1.8 billion for education in the Kelowna accord, slashed capital funding, and has definitely delayed the repair and construction of schools, including schools in my riding.
The National Day of Action is sending a message that what is needed is bricks and mortars for schools. When is the government going to deliver?