Mr. Speaker, last week the public safety minister said there was a “process in place” to deal with cases of compassion for family members who do not fit the Liberal definition of being “necessary” for entry to Canada. John McCall's adult children are Canadians by birthright. They never had problems travelling back and forth before, but the minister rejected their request to visit their dying Canadian mother. She died a week before the paperwork was done for them to come to Canada. So many other Canadians face the same heartbreaking barriers.
Why is there one system for connected elites and one for everyone else?