Mr. Speaker, we will have to save the parliamentary budget officer for another debate.
The Conservative Party is not really on side with a vast majority of Canadians. This is where we disagree.
Liberal members understood that there was a need for change, and this is part of the real change we talked about. We wanted to establish a process for making appointments that was different from what Stephen Harper and other prime ministers did. The results speak for themselves. Of those 122 people, over 60% are women, 13% are visible minorities, and 10% are indigenous people. All of them are highly qualified individuals for those appointments. I will compare that record to Stephen Harper's record any day.
We have a process the Conservative Party should get behind.