Thank you, Mr. Clement. I'm still not reassured, but you also have the right to your opinion.
The emails that the NDP were able to obtain revealed some interesting things about your exchanges with the mayor of Hunstville. Allow me to read from certain passages that I'll translate into French.
On December 12, 2008, you wrote to the mayor of Huntsville and told him not to talk to the media until you had spoken and had agreed on your message. That's what this email says.
Then, on May 5, 2009, the mayor of Huntsville wrote to you and said that he thought the story of the University of Waterloo should be used as a cover to mitigate any negative reaction, as you had discussed during the foundation stone laying ceremony. Your response to that email was "Thank you."
What did you have to hide? Why did you have to agree in advance to speak with the media and use a story to try to cover another, which was perhaps more detrimental for you?