Time is up George.
No George, I have no idea how to say “time is up” in another language.
The thing is, we live in a democracy where two languages are equally good. It doesn’t matter which of the two languages you speak. As long as you are able to stretch your response out into something that passes for sentences you’ll never have to actually answer questions, even in Parliament. So, where do they get this training? Is it part of the job description?
Here is an example of Time is up” in action.
So what does Mr. Fortier say about something being too big to be allowed to fail?
George, I have no idea whether Mr Fourtier is connected to SNCLavalin.