Madam Speaker, I thank my colleague for all of his work as a leader in so many ways in the House and beyond.
The way to resolve that is changing boundaries so there is not only a redistribution of voters, but also greater resources to members of Parliament to represent the constituents relative to the number of people. We have that provision now, but a lot more has to be done. An example of that is what the United States has. A congressperson represents up to a million or more people and there are two senators per state.
There are provisions and abilities for an individual to represent a very large number of people, but that person needs the resources to do that.