Mr. Speaker, I thank my colleague for his speech, which was very interesting. He had some ideas.
We really want to work with people on both sides. We want to work together. It is good to listen to these ideas. That is how we find answers.
If I understand correctly, today we are talking about the fact that two MPs were unable to get here in time to vote. That is a question of privilege. Everyone knows that we have discussed the matter extensively for several days now.
Basically, what we have been talking about is the fact that we could have electronic systems for people to vote remotely. That is something we can do, and it could potentially prevent some of these problems from arising. My constituents really want us to talk about the work we have to do, about job creation, the environment, and many other things. They want us to talk about those issues.
Does the member think it would be more productive to talk about new ways of voting rather than keep talking about this issue here in the House?