Mr. Speaker, it is hard to keep up with the Prime Minister's stance on Chinese interference.
In Parliament, he does not consider the issue important enough to give opposition parties serious answers, but at the G20, he was dashing through the halls to go talk to Chinese President Xi Jinping about it. Here in the House, he is not aware of anything, but at the G20, he was aware and concerned enough to discuss it with the Chinese President.
That raises a simple question.
Does the Prime Minister know all about Chinese interference and is he hiding that information from us, or did he accost Xi Jinping on the basis of a newspaper article alone?
Either the Prime Minister is not being straight with us or he is not very savvy. Which is it?