Mr. Speaker, it is passing strange that over the last two weeks the opposition parties have had no less than four opportunities to debate this treaty in this House. They failed to do so.
They had opposition days. They failed to identify this treaty as being worthy of debate. It shows that they really do not care about trade and they do not care about investment.
On this side of the House, we are focusing on the priorities of Canadians and opening up new opportunities for Canadian businesses to invest abroad.