Mr. Speaker, the CBSA is creating a centralized office in southern Ontario. Windsor is Canada's largest border gateway. In addition, we are in process of building a new bridge. Therefore, we were not surprised to hear that an independent, impartial study recommended that office be set up in Windsor.
Instead, what has happened is the office is going to the Minister of Justice's riding along with 100 jobs from Windsor.
Will the Conservative government explain to the House, to the Canadian people and to my constituents how that political interference could come to that kind of a decision?