Madam Speaker, back in October 2015, Canadians voted for real change. That is in fact what has been taking place. All one needs to do is look at what we have been able to accomplish in less than two years. There is a litany of issues I could go through. The highlight for me, personally, on the issue of health, is the renegotiation of a health care accord. That was a significant accomplishment within two years, not to mention what we have already done in regard to trying to keep the cost of pharmaceuticals down, not to mention issues in regard to assisted dying. There are many aspects the government has been able to do in two years that governments have not been able to do in more than 10 years.
We have a standing committee that is actually doing the work Canadians want us to do on pharmacare, and we have a New Democratic member jumping the gun on the issue. Let us allow the standing committee to continue to do the fine work it is doing, and I suspect we would have some very positive results.