Madam Speaker, the parliamentary secretary brings up a good point. That was a bit of a crazy morning with all kinds of procedural shenanigans. If the business that was planned for today had proceeded in a smooth fashion, we would have looked forward to having a vote on Government Business No. 8 immediately following QP. Because of the results of this morning, we of course now have to wait until Monday.
With a bill as important and as all-encompassing as a budget implementation act, I agree that it is probably in the House's interests to allow as many members to speak to the bill as possible. There are a significant number of changes in that bill that are going to have impacts on communities across the country. Some are good and some leave a bit to be desired, but we need to provide the room, the time and the space for members to contribute to the debate on behalf of their constituents. Therefore, yes: It is incredibly important for us to give space for that.