|These comments are direct quotations from the Hansard
Mr. Monte Solberg (Medicine Hat, CPC): Mr. Speaker, maybe the
Prime Minister claims that he is working with a blind trust, but Canadians
do not have blind trust in the answers coming from the government.
The information that we have received from the government is not accurate.
We know of contracts that do not jibe with the report that the House
leader has given us.
The Prime Minister is asking, where? I can tell you, Mr. Speaker, through
grants with CIDA. I can tell the House that we have not received
information from the Canadian Wheat Board regarding contracts that came
through the Canadian Wheat Board.
We want a complete answer, not a whitewash like we are--
The Speaker: The hon. government House leader.
Hon. Jacques Saada (Leader of the Government in the House of Commons
and Minister responsible for Democratic Reform, Lib.): Mr. Speaker,
the Wheat Board is an organization which must keep its own rates
confidential for competition purposes. It has published all the volumes.
All the information provided to us by the Wheat Board is part of the
document that we have put on my website last January 28.