Mr. Speaker, the former attorney general of Canada will be testifying before the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights this afternoon, but that does not mean that we will get the whole story. Any actions or communications involving her that occurred after January 14, the day she was shuffled to Veterans Affairs, are off limits. Allowing her to tell only half the story could leave us with more questions than answers.
Why go to so much effort to control what she wants to say?
Why not allow her to talk about stepping down from cabinet, for example?
Is the Prime Minister's Office that afraid of what she has to say?