Mr. Speaker, on his trip to India, our Prime Minister behaved like a bad actor in a low-budget film. That trip was a diplomatic failure, a security failure, and an economic failure.
We have learned that the Indian government just announced an increase in tariffs on Canadian chickpea imports from 40% to 60%.
This feature film started out as a comedy, but quickly turned into a horror movie. Our international relations have suffered since this government took office in 2015.
The Prime Minister is making serious mistakes, but Canadians are the ones who have to pay the price. Why is that?