Mr. Speaker, she has already been given the flight numbers. Refraining from simply answering a clear question is a form of admission.
How is it that a small country of less than 300,000 inhabitants like Iceland knows, but Canada does not? To fly over Iceland from the United States you have to fly over Canada. How is it that this small country dares to express its concern and that the Canadian government prefers to stay in the dark?
When it comes down to it, the minister is refusing to answer us in an attempt to buy time. What does she have to hide?