Mr. Speaker, I ask you, are the actions that have been undertaken, these extreme actions by Elections Canada that I have outlined, against a member of this place, appropriate?
Are leaks to the press how members should expect to learn of allegations or actions brought against them by an agency of this place?
Does Elections Canada not have a moral if not an ethical responsibility to at least speak to a member and seek clarification before it goes to court seeking an order to obtain information that would have been freely provided to it?
Is Elections Canada not responsible to uphold its responsibility in law as dictated by the Supreme Court of Canada and provide a full and frank disclosure in ex parte proceedings concerning members of this place?
- MP Dean Del Mastro
- MP Dean Del Mastro (Peterborough) point of privilege (June 13, 2013)
- Elections Canada approached case ‘with contempt and malice’: MP Dean Del Mastro (June 12, 2013)