Mr. Speaker, the member is always in a chameleon position, depending upon the issue or the party of the day.
We do know that ignoring this problem is a dangerous path to follow. Everyone agrees with this. In fact, when people look at an independent source, the director of the Rotman International Centre for Pension Management, they have to make changes. We cannot put our heads in the sand. Proposals should include looking at raising retirement age.
The member opposite is burying his head in the sand when it comes to the economy, the same way he did when he was premier of Ontario.