'Promoting this comment is offensive and unacceptable for a Conservative Parliamentarian,' says Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer.
Senator Lynn Beyak, pictured here at a committee meeting alongside fellow Conservative Senators Judith Seidman and Carolyn Stewart Olsen, has been removed from the Conservative Senate caucus after purportedly failing to remove inflammatory letters with anti-Indigenous sentiments from her parliamentary website. The Hill Times file photograph
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has booted controversial Senator Lynn Beyak from the party’s national caucus after claiming she refused to remove “racist” letters of support for her position on residential schools from her parliamentary website.
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David MacNaughton 'made it a priority' to understand who the key U.S. influencers were and which Canadian would be best to deliver the message, says former PMO Canada-U.S. war room staffer Diamond Isinger.
'The evidence showed there were many ways in which Mr. Trudeau, either directly or through the actions of those under his direction, sought to influence the Attorney General,' the commissioner's report says.