Mr. Speaker, the President of the Treasury Board seems incapable of standing in this House and explaining his $50 million pork spree in Muskoka.
It is so bad that he has friend, the foreign affairs minister claiming that the Muskoka gravy train was developed by public servants. It is simply not true.
The Auditor General's report is clear, and I will quote: Senior officials said “their input had not been sought”.
This deal was cooked up by the member from Muskoka. Public servants were deliberately frozen out.
When will the minister take responsibility for his abuse of public trust?