"It is completely unacceptable that you do this."
You read that right.
"I had to figure out how I could carve out the time that was important to me."
Hard work at home comes next, Catherine McKenna wrote on Twitter.
"We are deeply concerned."
The meeting comes a week before the start of the UN climate change conference in Paris, known as COP21.
The discharge must be completed by Dec. 5.
The federal environment minister sworn in today will inherit an uphill battle in the effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to government documents obtained by CBC News.
Catherine McKenna, an international lawyer with an eye-popping resume, was named the new minister of "environment and climate change" Wednesday.