Mr. Speaker, the government had no plan to anticipate the obvious increase in passport applications.
It had no plan to address the job losses announced today in our manufacturing sector.
Aboriginal Canadians: no plan. Our cities: no plan. Access to education: no plan. Poverty: no plan.
Instead, the government spends all of its time running an election campaign and looking for ways to push its ideological agenda.
Why does the government have a plan to change the way judges are appointed, but no plan to help Canadians succeed?