Madam Speaker, the first three points in the motion we are debating today essentially say, “oh, my God, we need to do something”. The fourth point also says we need to do something, but what? There are absolutely no specifics. There are no tangible measures to meet objectives, nor is there a date. There is nothing. What is the point of a motion that says absolutely nothing, other than, “oh, my God, we need to do something”? We moved another motion that set objectives and that was much more concrete.
Did the Liberals feel left out when the NDP moved a motion, so they decided they should say something as well?