Mr. Speaker, Canadians have lost confidence in the Prime Minister's ability to stand up for our interests abroad.
The number of diplomatic disasters continues to rise. His trip to India was a failure, he has angered our partners in the Asia-Pacific region, he failed with NAFTA, and now our relations with China are in trouble. He fired his ambassador, and his Minister of Foreign Affairs is nowhere to be found, even though there are lives at stake. Canadians are paying for the Prime Minister's failures.
Does he even have a plan for China?