Mr. Speaker, no, an order of the House of Commons is not nonsense. What happened in Winnipeg and Wuhan is not nonsense. That is why we must get to the bottom of the matter.
The Prime Minister talks about his committee of parliamentarians, but his committee of parliamentarians is in his hands. It is the Prime Minister himself who gets to decide whether or not certain aspects will be made public.
That is not transparency. That is why these matters must be referred to a parliamentary committee, not his committee.
Why is the Prime Minister refusing to publicly get to the bottom of this matter?