Mr. Speaker, nobody pays much attention to the type of completely distorted statement by the member, but we cannot expect much more from him.
The reality is that we have a law in Canada on electoral expenses and contribution and it is all public. I have a list of corporations that have given to the Reform Party, and I do not call those kickbacks. They are people who are contributing.
What we did yesterday or the day before with Canadair was to help a company that is becoming extremely competitive in the world today. It is sixth in the world as a builder of planes and it will be fourth soon.
I want to tell people that the company is very successful. It contributes to my party. It may contribute to other parties. It is all public. All contributions are public.
It is completely unacceptable to accuse us of providing a loan, which is to be repaid, to a successful Canadian company because it has given a contribution to the Liberal Party. But we know the level at which this member of Parliament loves to operate.