While the Liberals spent question period Wednesday hammering the government over the controversial Humber Valley Paving contract, premier-to-be Frank Coleman sat down with the Progressive Conservative caucus.
The Opposition says it was a conflict of interest because Coleman's son was negotiating with the province while Coleman was running to lead government.
"This has nothing to do with me running for this party," Coleman told CBC News reporter Peter Cowan after he stopped Coleman outside the caucus meeting.
Coleman says there was nothing wrong with Humber Valley Paving being let out of the contract.
Watch the video to find out why Frank Coleman refuses to say who bought his shares in Humber Valley Paving.