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He also acted as an associate member of the Standing Committees on Canadian Heritage, Finance and the sub-committee on the Study of Sport.
Mac Kay was re-elected in the 2000 federal election and was frequently touted by the media as a possible successor to PC Party leader Joe Clark.
Stronach, the Liberal member for Newmarket-Aurora,said she would accept an apology from Mac Kay.
Asked whether she thought Mac Kay was "sexist," she saidhe "should answer those questions."Stronach also accused the government of turning its back on women's rights and criticized recent cuts to women's groups that do advocacy, lobbying or general research.
Mac Kay refuses questions Mac Kay continued Fridayto deny allegations he made the remark.
He refused to answer questions from reporters on whether he would issue an apology, and said the Liberals were trying to distract people with"silly and scurrilous" allegations. I said nothing about a dog."Hansard is the transcribed record of debates in the House of Commons.
The Liberals have said they plan to take the audio recording and try and have it enhanced.
He graduated from Horton High School in Greenwich, Nova Scotia, and then went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Acadia University/Carleton University in 1987.
Mac Kay then studied Law at Dalhousie University and was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in June 1991.
"Holland alleges Mac Kay motioned in response toward Stronach's vacant seat and replied: "You already have her."Holland lodged a complaint with the Speaker and has demanded Mac Kay apologize."It's completely unacceptable to call a woman a dog and to point over to her is completely disgusting," Holland, who represents the Ontario riding of Ajax-Pickering, said after the session."And he owes Belinda an apology, he owes the House an apology, he owes women an apology."House needs greater decorum: Kenney During question period on Friday, Liberal MPs Ralph Goodale and Raymonde Folco and Bloc QuÃ©bÃ©coismember Monique Guay all rebuked Mac Kay for his alleged comments, saying he owed Canadian women an apology.
Jason Kenney, the parliamentary secretary for the prime minister, said Friday the party trusts the Speaker's judgment on the matter."All members could exercise greater decorum in this place," he said.