Mr. Speaker, on May 18, the Liberal House leader's parliamentary secretary stood in this House and said this:
I cannot say enough about the Canada autism partnership and what it has been able to accomplish to date. I applaud each and every person involved in that.
However, on May 30, that same member stood in solidarity with his Liberal colleagues and opposed the Canadian autism partnership and the interests of Canadians living with autism.
What did the Prime Minister say to make the parliamentary secretary vote against the very existence of the organization he praised less than two weeks earlier?