Feds’ measures to address sexual misconduct have been ‘inadequate,’ says Trudeau
Former Supreme Court justice Louise Arbour has been tapped to lead a yearlong review, but the prime minister said Ottawa is acting now with the creation of the military’s first-ever chief of professional conduct and culture.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on April 30, 2021, defended his government's plan to task the second former Supreme Court Justice in six years with studying military misconduct. He said Louise Arbour’s work will be essential to develop the ‘formalized, powerful processes’ needed to give victims confidence in the system.
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