Mr. Speaker, I would like to thank my colleague for a speech that was up to her usual standards of excellence.
I would like to go back to a comment by a member opposite and give her an opportunity to respond.
He said that he was proud of the fact that the Conservative government is not taking any risks. But the real threat is not an NDP government; the real threat is a government that does nothing to fix the problem. For example, one issue that comes up often when I talk to my constituents is Nortel. In that situation, there were no measures in place to protect what people had saved for their retirement. The government did nothing to punish a corporation that really put people in a difficult position.
My colleague talked about the NDP's proposal for putting an end to that kind of injustice and ensuring people's financial security. Contrary to what the member opposite said, the NDP's agenda is retirement security, not risk-taking.
I would like my colleague to expand further on that idea.