Prime Minister Trudeau says ‘sorry’ after ethics commissioner finds he broke conflict of interest rules by vacationing with the Aga Khan
This is the first time a prime minister has been investigated and found to have violated conflict of interest laws since the act was implemented in 2007, around the same time when Ms. Dawson’s office was created.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was found to have contravened sections of the Conflict of Interest Act by watchdog Mary Dawson. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
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