As a multimedia presentation, it left a bit to be desired.
Liberal MP Dominic LeBlanc called a press conference to reiterate that he wanted to hear from the prime minister on exactly what was offered to Chuck Cadman, the late Independent MP whose support was highly sought after during a crucial Commons vote three years ago.
Before the Easter break, questions arose as to whether Cadman had been offered compensation for his vote from two Conservative party officials.
Today, plagued by audio and video problems, the Liberal PowerPoint presentation was a jumbled chronology of who knew what and when.
At a certain point, it became necessary to back up and display the presentation again. But the ever-present gremlins that can plague PowerPoint were out in force.
Today, it only worked in French. But LeBlanc said that was only fair: The last time he used the system it only worked in English.
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