Mr. Speaker, when the government says no to increasing health transfers, it is not saying no to the National Assembly, the Government of Quebec or provincial governments. It is not saying no to Quebec's Premier Legault or to the 81% of Quebeckers who are in favour of transfers. When it refuses to increase transfers, the Liberal government is saying no to exhausted nurses, orderlies and doctors. It is saying no to sick people waiting for care.
Why is this government saying no to increasing health transfers on a recurring basis?