Mr. Speaker, looking at the facts fairly, it looks very damning for the Prime Minister.
We have land that was leased by the federal government for what it calls security purposes. We have Jean Carle, the chief of operations, who toured the site. We have the chief of staff who toured the site at the request of the Prime Minister, and the Prime Minister was scheduled to go with him.
How can the Prime Minister say that he was not intricately involved in the security arrangements at the APEC site when all of those facts point directly to the Prime Minister's Office and directly to his involvement?