OTTAWA — The NDP says it will send a file of G8 documents to the Mounties for possible investigation.
They will also ask the House of Commons ethics committee to look into money spent in Huntsville, Ont., on projects linked to the international summit in 2010.
They say the committee should hear from officials, local mayors and Tony Clement, whose riding benefited from G8 infrastructure projects.
The New Democrats have obtained a file of documents, including emails between Clement, now head of the Treasury Board, and Huntsville Mayor Claude Doughty.
NDP critic Charlie Angus says the emails are disturbing and suggest that Clement was using G8 money as a personal slush fund.