Mr. Speaker, the member is completely off base on some of her comments.
I appreciate the heckling from the opposite side. I participate in that myself, so I thank those members for balancing it out.
The bill would require organizations to submit the scientific evidence that would demonstrate the benefit of the site in their area. It would require that to happen, so the member is wrong on that.
However, the question ultimately comes down to why the member opposes parents in communities having a say on whether an injection site should be put up where their children play. That is a simple question. Would you not want to have your opinion heard for your children's safety?