Mr. Speaker, it seems the Minister of Democratic Institutions thinks she is different from every other Canadian. In fact, her own staff are saying that the rules that apply to every other Canadian do not apply to her.
Of course, I am talking about the minister providing the results of her cross-Canada consultations to the Special Committee on Electoral Reform.
When asked why she had not submitted, her staff said she's not the general public.
It is the same old story: one rule for the Liberals and another for the rest of us.
Why does the minister think she is above the rules that every other Canadian has to follow?