Mr. Speaker, in January the Prime Minister claimed that he had no choice but to take a private helicopter to the Aga Khan’s island. He said there were no other options. It turns out that that is not true. His staff, in fact, arrived at the island by commercial plane, and that bill was picked up by taxpayers, too. It’s bad enough that the Prime Minister chose to vacation at one of the most expensive destinations in the world when taxpayers have to pay, but why did the Prime Minister tell Canadians a private helicopter was his only option when he knew it was against the law, against his own ethical guidelines, and now we find out it wasn’t even true? The Right Honourable Prime Minister. Mr. Speaker, as I’ve said a number of times in this House, this was a personal family vacation. And of course happy to work with the Ethics and Conflict of Interest Commissioner to answer any questions that she may have. The Honourable Leader of the Opposition. Mr. Speaker, that’s not an answer to our question. This is not a conversation between him and the Ethics Commissioner. In fact, he told all Canadians publicly that in fact he had no other option. So, the question is very simple. Why did the Prime Minister say he had no other option when in fact he did? In fact his staff took the other option, which is a commercial flight. He knew taking this private helicopter was against the law. It was against his own ethical guidelines and now we find out it wasn’t even true. Why did he tell Canadians this if it wasn’t true? The Right Honourable Prime Minister. Mr. Speaker, this was a personal family vacation, and I’m happy to work with the Ethics Commissioner- Ethics and Conflict of Interest Commissioner on any questions she may have. Furthermore, on prime ministerial travel, as is always the case, the RCMP makes determinations around what is the safest way for the Prime Minister to travel. The Honourable Leader of the Opposition. Well, Mr. Speaker, no one has begrudged the Prime Minister a vacation. But first of all, Mr. Speaker, when he chose to vacation at one of the most expensive places in the world, knowing full well taxpayers have to pay for wherever he goes, for security, that was a choice he made. But second of all, he’s told all Canadians that he thought there was no other option. Now he’s saying the RCMP told him he had to take a private helicopter. Is he saying today, then, that the RCMP told him to break the law? The Right Honourable Prime Minister. Mr. Speaker, I’m happy to work with the Ethics and Conflict of Interest Commissioner on the details of my personal family vacation. As I’ve said, the RCMP makes determinations around the safest way for the Prime Minister to travel.