Elizabeth May said her colleague offered a “non-apology apology” after the gesture.
The prime minister cannot fly commercial for security reasons.
A bit of advice for MP Blaine Calkins, who just this week told Justin Trudeau that, if he wants to confiscate rifles and shotguns from law-abiding firearm owners, he would have to pry them from his cold, dead hands: don't be so trigger happy. Before Mr. Calkins makes any other overly dramatic proclamations during members' statements, I would like to point out two things.
The Conservatives have launched another salvo in their war against working people. Bill C-525 needs to be seen in the context of the government's low-wage strategy. It's the latest step in the Conservatives' bid to reduce workers' power to the benefit of the business class.