Mr. Speaker, this Liberal government is talking out of both sides of its mouth when it comes to English-French bilingualism.
It appointed a Governor General who does not speak French, it appointed a Lieutenant Governor who speaks only English in the only bilingual province, and it is blocking francophone immigration, to name just a few examples.
Now the NDP-Liberal coalition is muzzling the Standing Committee on Official Languages and preventing us from improving Bill C‑13 to stop the decline of French. Talk about hypocrisy.
Can the Prime Minister immediately give orders to stop all measures that attack the French language?