Mr. Speaker, this Sunday is the Super Bowl, and like many Quebeckers, I will be glued to my TV.
All Quebeckers will be watching an exceptional doctor very closely. I am proud to say that this doctor hails from the riding of Beloeil—Chambly. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, a guard for the Kansas City Chiefs, will be guarding his team's star quarterback all the way to victory. The quarterback is pretty remarkable himself.
The great number 76 could become the first Quebecker to wear one of those famous championship rings. He is the first football player who is also a medical doctor.
Dr. Duvernay-Tardif is the ultimate student athlete. He is proof that we can help and encourage young Quebeckers and tell them that with a little effort and perseverance they can create an unbelievable future for themselves. This is exactly what Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is looking to spark, through the foundation that bears his name and that provides scholarships to young athletes.
This Sunday, we will all be cheering, “Go, Chiefs, go!”