Madam Speaker, I would like to take this opportunity to say that my riding is the most beautiful in the world; it is paradise.
My colleague's speech was very interesting. As usual, the Conservatives talk a lot about the economic aspect.
We in the Bloc Québécois believe that seniors aged 65 and over are in a precarious economic situation at the moment. We have outlined the different variables in recent days and months. For several years now, the Bloc Québécois has been advocating for a better quality of life for seniors, particularly with regard to their purchasing power.
I would like to hear my colleague's thoughts on the idea that keeping seniors in poverty does not benefit anyone economically. It results in more health care costs, and the loss of seniors' purchasing power means fewer economic spinoffs.
What does he think of our request to increase seniors' purchasing power by giving them $110—