Mr. Speaker, if you want to build something strong, you shall respect the authority of the House.
That is the problem with this government. It believes that it can do whatever it wants, not just with the infrastructure bank, but also with Investment Canada. Yesterday, a minister said in a parliamentary committee that the government was in the process of choosing a new president for this other government organization, which has not been approved yet because Bill C-4 has not yet been passed by this Parliament.
Once again, can the Prime Minister explain why he is flouting Parliament's authority?