Tories press Parliamentary watchdog to probe Trudeau's vacations for potential breaches of federal laws
7 monthes ago - By National Post
OTTAWA - A Conservative MP has filed a second complaint this week with a parliamentary watchdog about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's New Year's getaway to an island in the Bahamas owned by billionaire philanthropist and spiritual leader the Aga Khan.
On Monday, it was Conservative MP Andrew Scheer, asking Mary Dawson, Parliament's Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, to determine if Trudeau was violating federal laws when he accepted the hospitality of the Aga Kahn at Bell Island, the Bahamas. The Aga Khan is the director and chairman of an organization in Canada that is...
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