‘This isn’t like a study on fish habitat or safety at railway crossings’: MPs reviewing their own conflict-of-interest rules behind closed-doors
The review of the Conflict of Interest Code for MPs has been conducted during in-camera meetings since March.
The House PROC committee, chaired by Liberal MP Bardish Chagger, left, is conducting a review of the House Conflict of Interest Code for MPs. Since March 3, five in-camera meetings have been conducted for the review. Liberal MP Greg Fergus, Conservative MP Kelly Block, NDP MP Rachel Blaney, and Conservative MP Brad Vis declined to talk about the behind-closed-doors review. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade