Mr. Speaker, the United Nations report on endangered species hits close to home in my riding, Windsor West.
The Ojibway Shores, the last remaining stretch of natural shoreline on the Detroit River and home to over 160 species, has been at the centre of a battle to protect our environment. We stopped the clear-cutting of trees and dumping on this pristine piece of nature. I have asked the government many times to protect this public property, and all I have received is excuse after excuse, no real action.
The UN was clear: Different choices get better results.
Why will the Prime Minister not protect Ojibway Shores? Why is the real action zero?