Mr. Speaker, those comments are so misleading and so callous.
These cuts will harm the most vulnerable. A refugee child suffering from epilepsy in Canada will no longer get medication as of July 1. As a teacher, I can say that when a child has seizures in the classroom, it affects the learning environment of every single child.
What does the minister have to say to the parents of these children? Will the minister deny essential medicine to children in Canada?