Mr. Speaker, the Prime Minister is telling us that it did not work, so it is okay. That is what he is telling us.
Conservative Senator Nolin said that it was rather unusual for a government. It is public knowledge that the Prime Minister likes to control everything. And his press secretary confirmed that he spoke to Public Works on behalf of the Prime Minister.
Will the Prime Minister admit that there was political interference in favour of a party ally and that it was all directed by his own office?