Mr. Speaker, I can tell the House that we are doing a lot more than the Kelowna accord could ever have hoped to achieved.
I know, because I was living in those first nations communities throughout the nineties. The members opposite do not have a record on this matter.
Our government works with first nations to deliver real results for their priorities. We have invested heavily in first nations schools, water and waste water infrastructure, health and housing. We did this all in partnership with the Assembly of First Nations and other first nations communities and their leadership.
We have a plan and we will continue to invest in practical solutions with real results.