Mr. Speaker, what is worse is that he is saying it with a straight face.
In 1996, the Prime Minister told us that Quebec's language policy violated human rights. In 2002, he called it into question again and told us that Quebec's language policy prevented francophones from being bilingual. Today, his heir apparent, the member for Beauce, is completely out of line and the Prime Minister refuses to rein him in.
Is it because the Prime Minister did not understand what the member said, or because he is really in complete agreement with him?