Mr. Speaker, I thank the member for Vancouver Centre for her outstanding advocacy on this very issue.
We have introduced an approach to drug policy in this country that is comprehensive, collaborative, compassionate, and evidence-based. We recently held an opioid summit and conference, at which 42 organizations made commitments as to what they were going to do to address this very crisis. Yesterday, I was very pleased to introduce the Canadian drugs and substances strategy, which will put control of that strategy into the hands of the minister of health, where it belongs.
We will add harm reduction as a pillar into our response, and we will make sure that Canadians—