Ethics watchdog’s SNC-Lavalin report a replay of Trudeau, Liberal Party’s greatest rule-flouting hits
The problem for Justin Trudeau is this pattern of behaviour plays into the Liberal Party of Canada’s greatest vulnerability with the electorate: the sense that Liberals act in their own self-interest. Rules be damned.
Former ethics commissioner Mary Dawson, left, found Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke the country’s conflict of interest law in 2017, a groundbreaking finding repeated by her successor, Mario Dion, right, in August. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade