Mr. Speaker, again, the NDP continues to believe that its magical thinking will pan out in a way that supports Canadians.
That particular member, regardless of whether it is a discretionary or a statutory item, will vote in opposition, because the NDP ultimately opposes this government's agenda of low-tax policies that will help us grow our economy, create more jobs, and create long-term prosperity.
I understand that the member has certain ideas about the Senate and about whether it should be funded, but this government stands clear. We want to see a strong parliamentary agenda. We want to see things like Bill C-17, Vanessa's law, which I mentioned, go forward, because they are in Canadians' greatest interests.