Mr. Speaker, Canadians expect leadership from their government. In this regard, the government receives a failing grade for its handling of the crisis at Caledonia.
For 106 days the Prime Minister has been silent. His only comment was an abdication of responsibility labelling the land claim as a provincial matter.
Protests in support of Caledonia are planned across the country, disrupting roads and rail travel for Canadians.
Will the Prime Minister acknowledge his negligence? Will he commit to being an engaged participant in resolving this dispute?