Mr. Speaker, I compliment my colleague on her speech. I am very proud of our caucus, particularly our new members and those who are under 30, who are behaving and acting with such poise, intelligence and composure. I thank them for that. It is refreshing.
The member reflected on what a lot of people are concerned about, which is people have been forgotten in this. The people who have been locked out have been forgotten.
I have been on the picket line before. I know what it is like. It means we cannot bring home a paycheque. It means we have to sacrifice.
We have to establish the fact that this affects every day people and the people who work to deliver our mail, as well as small businesses. I would like to hear her comment on that.
However, she said something very important. She said we must end the lockout. How can the government end the stalemate and get people back to work?