Mr. Speaker, the trouble is that two months after those dates, the health minister of the country was still saying there was nothing to worry about. Countless contracts for PPE and other supplies have been held behind by national security designations. After the Frank Baylis affair, we can all understand why.
However, the motion before the House to allow the health committee to look at the process will make sure Canadian health care workers get the best equipment and that taxpayers get value for their money.
Will the Prime Minister let the health committee do what it is supposed to do and make sure that we put the health of Canadians ahead of contracts for Liberal MPs?