Mr. Speaker, my colleague on the other side raised some important issues: the quality of representation and the urgency of the situation.
Urgency means something different to me. What is urgent for my constituents and my riding is solving problems. For example, I live in a community affected by the forestry crisis. The five largest employers in the region have closed their doors. People have much more serious worries, such as the lack of Internet access, for example. Service Canada services are being moved online, so people in my riding do not have access to these services right now.
As for quality of representation, everyone working here should be more productive and target the problems that the public deems more serious and practical.