February 18, 2004 (37th Parliament, 3rd Session)


Peter MacKay

Progressive Conservative

Mr. Peter MacKay

The usual tactic of accuse the accuser is what is playing out before the House today.
Obviously my tabling of that document was in response to the Prime Minister's invitation to do so, which I did. Unlike the member opposite who scurried out of the House to make copies, I rose in my place at the conclusion of question period, offered to table the document, two pages which I was in possession of, to which members opposite agreed, and that is the total document that I was in possession of, the two pages.
This is a complete distraction, a rabbit-tracks tactic that the government is obviously up to here.

Topic:   Government Orders
Subtopic:   Privilege
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