Trudeau’s loyalty to SNC-Lavalin has tainted the Liberal brand
By Michael HarrisApr. 8, 2019
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has put an ugly end to his new and different way of doing politics.
Now there is more to the public unhappiness than the vicissitudes of governing. With 10-thumbed incompetence, Justin Trudeau has tainted the Liberal brand by mixing it with the brand of a company whose own past and reputation is damaged by corruption, writes Michael Harris. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
HALIFAX—With the House of Commons full of young women, the last thing Justin Trudeau expected was to have 50 of them turn their backs on him while he was speaking.
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