Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has some big questions left to answer about the response from himself and his top staffers to SNC-Lavalin's pleas for help in the corridors of power.
On this file, Justin Trudeau has gotten the national character wrong. Canadians don't want to endorse the 'velveteen' treatment of a DPA for businesses just because they are 'too big to jail.'
It is one thing to legalize marijuana, quite another to decriminalize bribery and corruption.
Jody Wilson-Raybould has come off looking like a leader in all this, Justin Trudeau a mere cheerleader. The question is, a cheerleader for what?
It’s early innings, but the government has stuck its thumb where it must almost never go—into the pie of the criminal justice system. But instead of a plum, they pulled out a scandal.
Jodygate has released a depth-charge into the deep waters of Justin Trudeau’s undeniable popularity. This incident pretty much guts the PR image of the PM as the champion of Indigenous people.
The Trudeau government has given the job to the heaviest hitters the system has to offer—the clerk of the Privy Council, who runs the PM’s own department; Canada’s national security adviser; and the deputy ministers of t
Andrew Scheer announced the inquiry on Jan. 31, 2018. But a year later, the party has still not made good on its promise.