Mr. Speaker, today the press is reporting a few wispy details of the nearly invisible, ever elusive ethical guidelines of the Prime Minister. It appears that the government thinks that ethics is a little bit like the game "pin the tail on the donkey". The public is blindfolded and if they are lucky they get to pin a cabinet minister with a lucky guess.
No one can figure out why the Prime Minister has not tabled the guidelines so all Canadians know what we are talking about.
My question is for any government minister. Will one of them please rise in the House and if such guidelines actually exist will he or she table them so we can have a look?