Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I'll try to use them as wisely as possible.
Thank you, Mr. Mulroney, for your answer regarding the sanctions resulting from the Sergei Magnitsky law. You answered one of the questions that I wanted to ask.
Here are two quick questions. We know that the Chinese are using health arguments as a roundabout way to implement sanctions against countries, including Canada. Given that the safety of Chinese products is far inferior to the safety of Canadian products, could we use the same argument to respond immediately to Chinese sanctions?
We also know the importance of supply chains for Canadian industries in China, given the low production costs in that country. How would we start the transition process? We saw the need for this transition during the coronavirus crisis.
How can we implement a transition plan for the supply chains of Canadian companies?