Madam Speaker, the problem is that what the member is saying does not reflect the reality of the situation.
Conservatives have been trying routinely to slow down the way this Parliament works. Look at last Friday, for example, and the antics that Conservatives were up to literally to burn a day. Today alone, they waited 15 minutes before walking out to vote after question period, and then, in the middle of tabling documents, they tabled a motion to go to Orders of the Day that they knew would never pass, but they knew would burn more time.
When the member says he comes here in good faith, he has to understand that good faith does not mean getting their way all the time. Good faith means negotiating and trying to get something out of it. What we are seeing being gotten out of this is the fact that we would not be sitting late every day. Tuesdays and Thursdays would remain the way they are so that those resources can be deployed to committees.