Mr. Speaker, I will be a good sport and acknowledge that the government finally did the right thing.
Does the Prime Minister not realize that, in doing so, he is clearly acknowledging that what happened in Winnipeg is outrageous and that Canadians who, like him, read the National Post this morning found this whole thing unacceptable? Appropriately enough, 38 million Canadians think what happened is unacceptable.
The best way to get to the bottom of things is for the government to produce the documents that the House of Commons ordered it to produce.
Why did he violate the order from the House of Commons?