Conflict-of-interest report doesn’t address calls for post-employment rule changes

House Ethics Committee doesn’t recommend including ‘apparent’ conflicts in the act.

Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson launched an examination last month into Heritage Minister Shelly Glover’s, pictured, participation at a fundraiser in Winnipeg, which CTV reported included guests who had dealings with her department. Ms. Glover said she would not accept the money raised at the event and that she had written to Ms. Dawson about it. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Mark Burgess

PUBLISHED : Friday, Feb. 14, 2014 8:37 PM

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