Madam Speaker, actually, there would be no interference. We have a national universal health care system, and each province has its own budget to run its own health care system.
What we are proposing is this. We are proposing that the Minister of Health needs to be able to bring all the provinces together, let them coordinate, and let the national registry be mostly utilized in the best interests of the people waiting for organs. If we did not need it, we would not see Canada ranked among the lowest in performance in that area.
The national registry would be run by professionals, NGOs, all third parties, and even individuals. I have heard from so many different areas across the country, and it is a must. We need a national registry. It is a must. It will never interfere.
It is up to the Minister of Health to put together the best mechanisms to coordinate the efforts of all provinces.