Mr. Speaker, I would like to remind the Prime Minister of something before he meets with François Legault later.
During the election campaign, Mr. Legault asked that the federal government respect Quebec's jurisdiction. He wants the unconditional right to opt out with full financial compensation if, by some misfortune, the federal government interferes in Quebec's jurisdiction.
The throne speech is full of interferences. If you remove those from the speech, the rest of the text would fit on a Christmas card.
How will the Prime Minister justify to Mr. Legault that he wants to have full say when he does not have the necessary expertise?