Mr. Speaker, I have just been reading another of the factually inaccurate interviews given by the hon. member at various and sundry times in order to downgrade, if he can, the sale of Loto Canada tickets.
I note, also, that he is inaccurate again in the amount of the commission that is paid to the retailers. He mentions 45 cents a ticket and he has not noted that it has gone up to 80 cents. But then, of course, that is like his research into the Brink's
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truck, which of course is indemnified. I find it passing strange that, regardless of what the hon. member says, he tries continually to downgrade the competence of the wholesalers and retailers of Loto Canada tickets, some of whom are in his own constituency and one of whom gave an interview this morning, if I am correct, saying that the hon. member was incorrect in the statements he made concerning the wholesalers in his own area.
Topic: ORAL QUESTION PERIOD
Subtopic: LOTO CANADA