Crown calls for substantial fine for Carson as illegal lobbying case enters sentencing phase

Crown prosecutor Rob Zsigo argued that Bruce Carson's activities after leaving the Prime Minister's Office in 2008 represented the sort of backdoor manoeuvering the federal Lobbying Act, also enacted that year, attempted to curb.

Former senior PMO adviser Bruce Carson, pictured with his lawyer Pat McCann, in front of the Ottawa courthouse on Sept. 14, 2015. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


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