"He had a convincing profile, he looked hip."
The moment stunned MPs in question period.
It's a tradition dating back to the early days of British parliament.
"The Speaker’s got tough calls to make on the fly."
"I know I might regret some of these words later on."
More than seven MPs suggested Joly was lying.
It's all about leveling the playing field.
"This is not a laughing matter."
Trudeau's apology is illustrative of the behaviour of a child being caught with his hand in the cookie jar, then arguing it wasn't his fault because someone else put the jar there in the first place. His so-called apology was not so much about an acknowledgement of a wrongdoing, it was more about trying to put a spin on his indefensible actions.
Geoff Regan reminded MPs the test of an idea is not applause, but "time."