Mr. Speaker, I must admit that I am having some difficulty understanding my colleague's beliefs. She voted in favour of the gag order, but she voted against the Bloc Québécois motion calling on the government not to leave out seniors between the ages of 65 and 75. Perhaps that is not what really bothered her. She voted against health transfers. Perhaps that is not what really bothered her either. There was one other thing in the motion, and that was respect for Quebec's jurisdiction. Her colleague from Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie even said that he supported the Bloc Québécois because he believes in respecting Quebec's jurisdiction.
Am I to understand that a gag order is more important to her than respecting Quebec's jurisdiction?