Time for ethics commissioner to wield sharper sword, say opposition MPs in wake of Trudeau report
While opposition MPs say the ‘naming and shaming’ approach is no longer enough, others say political accountability should remain with Parliament and the public.
Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion found Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in breach of ethics laws in an Aug. 14 report. The House Ethics Committee will meet Aug. 21 to discuss bringing Mr. Dion in to discuss his scathing report. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade