Mr. Speaker, there is a motion and the motion demands that the government enact legislation. The point of the question was to determine when the government plans to pass legislation.
I will say it again. In the beginning, it was an isolated incident. Then it was a rogue employee. After that, it was a smear campaign by the opposition. Now, the Conservatives are trying to blame the opposition by changing their version of the story and saying that we are attacking everyone who voted legitimately.
Denial, diversion, evasion, confusion: it is not an isolated incident.
New types of election fraud require new powers.
Will they amend the act? We are not asking if they will vote in favour of the motion. Will they amend the Elections Act and, if so, when?