Lost in the mire of the first weeks of the campaign is the simple fact that Trudeau still does not want us to know the full circumstances surrounding his former attorney general’s demotion in cabinet and subsequent resignation over his handling of the Montreal engineering giant.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Sept. 24, 2019, in a sit-down interview Global National's Dawna Friesen. Screen capture image courtesy Global News
LONDON, U.K.—There we have it.
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