Mr. Speaker, when one is advertising his lobbying efforts, it is suggested he should register under the Lobbying Act.
He was in fact the chair of the Conservative caucus. Contrary to other suggestions about non-influence, he was hand-picked for that position by none other than the Prime Minister himself. So much for no influence. And he used this influence to benefit his company, Green Power Generation Corporation, which in turn claimed the ability to influence government investment of over $3 billion.
How much does the Conservative government stand behind its own laws when its own are allowed to break them?