Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs seems to like answering other people's questions. We will see if he answers his own.
The government is becoming increasingly mired in contradictions. Not only does the Minister of Justice not agree with her lawyer, or with her intergovernmental affairs colleague but, what is more, the latter does not agree with the Prime Minister.
Last week, he claimed that states always acted within the rule of law. How does he explain the fact that, in 1970, as Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs, the Prime Minister took unilateral action to—