Mr. Speaker, I reject the several premises brought forward in my hon. member's questions.
First, there is proactive pay equity legislation in the fall economic statement. Second, the G7 was the first time ever that gender was mainstreamed throughout every single item of the agenda. Third, we have been committed to advancing gender equality because we know it will grow the economy, and our plan is working.
If my hon. colleagues are concerned about vulnerable women, why do they vote against every single measure we introduce to address it?