Mr. Speaker, in addition to the $3 billion that Quebec has received to improve its testing capacity, to ensure that it has the contact tracing capacity it needs, to ensure that it has the data it needs to accurately contact trace and to ensure that they have the people in place to do that work, we have also accelerated our processes at Health Canada to make sure that as new technology arrives we are well placed to approve it. We have doubled our regulatory capacity. We have people standing by, working day and night with corporations and technology developers, to ensure that we have the tools necessary to approve those tests when they are safe and accurate.
In the House of Commons on September 29th, 2020. See this statement in context.