Madam Speaker, we heard all day Tuesday, with the threat of an election and a confidence motion over creating a committee to examine Liberal corruption, that we were not talking about the right thing; we were not talking about COVID-19. Here we are, 48 hours later, talking about COVID-19 with a very comprehensive request for documents and examination of best practices. However, now the Liberals say that while we are talking about the right thing, they do not like the format. There are too many questions. There are too many requests for papers. We are talking about COVID but not doing it right.
Is this not about the government refusing to accept any input from the opposition and simply trying to ram everything through without input from parliamentarians, who are elected from across this country, because it does not like to be challenged?