Most Canadians have tuned out, and things are still looking up for the Liberals in Quebec.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been under fire for months for pressuring his former attorney general to get Montreal's SNC-Lavalin out of a criminal prosecution. Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion's damning report on Mr. Trudeau's actions won't do much to change what Canadians think about the scandal, if they do at all, writes Sheila Copps.
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