Well, the Hudak job plan did not work, Mr. Speaker.
In a chronically weak economy, retirement security is a big middle-class issue. Under the Conservative government, three-quarters of those working in the private sector do not have a company pension. The average 35-year old is saving less than half of what his or her parents did. Of those in their 50s, only a third have saved $100,000 or more, and another third, especially in the middle class, have no retirement savings at all.
All of the government's gimmicks have failed. Why does it not work constructively with the provinces on a real plan?