Mr. Speaker, the party opposite has proposed no ideas. The reality is that I do not know what they would hold a referendum on.
When we look at the election and we look at the problems that Canadians saw with our democratic systems, including the scandals in the Senate, the disenfranchisement from the unfair election act, and the scandals that happened with violations of the Elections Act, we know that is why the Conservatives lost. That is why Canadians said this had to be the last time we saw those kinds of violations and that we needed a new system of governance and we needed to modernize our system.
That is exactly what we are going to do. I engage them in this. I ask them to participate in finding that better way, that better system.