Mr. Speaker, that was not really what I asked, but whatever.
We know that a Canadian family was stopped at the U.S. border. They are Canadian citizens who live in Brossard, and they happen to be Muslim.
When the Prime Minister was asked about this, he replied that he is working with the Americans to figure out how to make things better for Canadians. That is not good enough under the circumstances. It is not good enough when that kind of thing happens.
Can the minister tell us if this was an isolated incident or if other Canadian citizens have been turned away at the border?