Mr. Speaker, it appears that the in-and-out scheme was not the only way that the Conservatives cheated in the 2006 election. The Conservative Party used local riding spending allowances on regional campaign offices that worked almost exclusively on the national campaign. This cheating allowed it to spend over $100,000 more than the rules allowed.
Can the minister responsible confirm that Elections Canada has launched an investigation into two of the Conservative Party's regional campaign offices?
The Conservatives do not like that very much, do they?