‘There has never been anything like this before’: experts split on GG’s fate as PCO launches Rideau Hall workplace probe over harassment, bullying claims
‘It’s got to the point, I think, with this particular story, that the Governor General should resign,’ says Emmett Macfarlane, professor of constitutional law at the University of Waterloo.
Julie Payette, pictured on July 13, 2017, the day Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced she would be Canada's 29th governor general. Ms. Payette's five-year term is scheduled to run until at least 2022, but she is now facing calls to resign after multiple former Rideau Hall employees told the CBC that she had allegedly harassed them. The Hill Times file photograph by Jake Wright