Now we see that when a Conservative MP asks her about the Charbonneau Commission, she has no idea what that was.
While it may be true that coverage of the important work being done by the commission was mainly to be found in Quebec, wouldn’t you think that stories about politicians, bureaucrats, the mob and unions working together to soak taxpayers and enrich themselves might be a particular area of interest for a Minister of Labour?
Isn’t this especially true in light of several arrests last week of former politicians and political staff in yet another corruption round-up in Quebec?
Can this woman really be trusted with such an important file? I say she should either resign or be fired.