Expect hours of grilling Tuesday and Wednesday nights in the House, and more to follow.
The Conservatives will likely have opportunities to ask tough questions of Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, left, and Justice Minister David Lametti over the government's involvement in the investigation and prosecution of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
The Conservatives are planning to launch a multi-stage rhetorical attack on the Liberals in the House and its committees over their involvement in the investigation and abandoned prosecution of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, likely beginning this week.
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