By Judi Mc Leod Monday, November 28, 2005 In Canada, the term "golddigger" has just undergone a sex change.

The issue was turned over to the Speaker of the House after an official complaint from Liberal MP Mark Holland and Mac Kay denied ever calling his ex a dog – which is, technically, true.“Tall, athletic, young, blonde”For some reason, Mac Kay couldn’t keep his real, and fictitious, romantic trysts out of the media glare and was rumoured to be dating then U. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the fall of 2006.

It wasn’t true, but that didn’t stop the media, including from speculating, and writing two memorable lines about Canada’s then foreign affairs minister.“Peter Mac Kay of Canada, the single, sophisticated foreign minister, routinely named Canada’s sexiest M. by The Hill Times in Ottawa, and the closest thing to eye candy on the diplomatic circuit.

Peter Mac Kay, deputy leader of the Conservative Party, must be Canada's goofiest gadfly gold digger.

When the Tory politician's love interests were last in headlines, it was last Spring when floor-crossing MP Belinda Stronach was dumping him.

The relationship made headlines — especially after she crossed the floor to join the Liberal party in early 2005.“I think I was like everybody, I was shocked. My heart’s a little banged up but that will heal.”He said at the time that he went to his farm to “heal and think a little bit” and arranged a much-criticized photo-op of him at his farm with his Burnese mountain dog.“You already have her”Despite having split, Mac Kay’s relationship with Stronach made headlines in the fall of 2006 when he was accused of making sexist remarks, insinuating she was a dog, in the House of Commons.

While then Minister of the Environment Rona Ambrose was standing, Mac Kay and Liberal MP David Mc Guinty were trading barbs when Mc Guinty brought up Mac Kay’s now-famous mountain dog and Mac Kay responded suggesting his “dog” was now a sitting Liberal MP.

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