Judicial inquiry needed into Ottawa siege and countrywide blockades
This type of inquiry should be able to get hard-to-obtain records normally denied to commissions or Parliamentarians such as audio, drone, intercept surveillance, as well as foreign-obtained records and cabinet confidences.
'Freedom Convoy' supporters gather in front of Centre Block on Jan. 29. Without calling a judicial inquiry in the next 30 days into the blockades, which is possible in a minority government situation, the public interest will not be served, and our leaders will have abandoned us instead of working for the common good and a decent vibrant future, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade