Mr. Speaker, I am glad the member mentioned advertising, because I do not want to see more advertising either.
A constituent, Brian, wrote in an email:
Bill C-51 was brought to my attention by a person who has successfully controlled the symptoms of his diabetes, arthritis and bipolar depression with diet and supplements. He is afraid he will lose his right and ability to do this under Bill C-51. He will then have a choice to go back on Big Pharma's anti-psychotics and other drugs, which did not work well and caused intolerable side effects, or to sink into psychosis and eventual death. That's an example how loss of choice will affect an individual.
I want to make sure that does not happen. I hope the member would agree.