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Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion has found Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke the federal Conflict of Interest Act in relation to the SNC-Lavalin scandal, by seeking to influence Jody Wilson-Raybould in 'many ways.' Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion has found Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke the federal Conflict of Interest Act in relation to the SNC-Lavalin scandal, by seeking to influence Jody Wilson-Raybould in 'many ways.'

Trudeau sought to influence Wilson-Raybould, violated ethics rules: ethics commissioner | CTV News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he accepts full responsibility after Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion found he violated the Conflict of Interest Act by trying to influence then-justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and get her to overrule a decision to not grant a deferred prosecution agreement to Quebec-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he accepts full responsibility after Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion found he violated the Conflict of Interest Act by trying to influence then-justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and get her to overrule a decision to not grant a deferred prosecution agreement to Quebec-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin.

"I can't apologize for standing up for Canadian jobs," said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau."I can't apologize for standing up for Canadian jobs," said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Trudeau broke ethics rules by trying to exert influence in SNC-Lavalin scandal: report - National | Globalnews.ca

Even after the Ethics Commissioner laid blame directly at his feet, the Prime Minister still can’t muster the words ‘I am sorry’ Even after the Ethics Commissioner laid blame directly at his feet, the Prime Minister still can’t muster the words ‘I am sorry’

Opinion: Justin Trudeau still won’t apologize for his SNC mess - The Globe and Mail

All the virtue signalling, all the self-righteous platitudes, all the holier-than-thou Conservative-bashing in the world won’t remove the terrible stain Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government must now wear.All the virtue signalling, all the self-righteous platitudes, all the holier-than-thou Conservative-bashing in the world won’t remove the terrible stain Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government must now wear.

EDITORIAL: Stain only an election will wash away | Toronto Sun

All the virtue signalling, all the self-righteous platitudes, all the holier-than-thou Conservative-bashing in the world won’t remove the terrible stain Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government must now wear.All the virtue signalling, all the self-righteous platitudes, all the holier-than-thou Conservative-bashing in the world won’t remove the terrible stain Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government must now wear.

EDITORIAL: Stain only an election will wash away | Toronto Sun

"The general feeling at the moment is that the Canadian government has been eerily silent on this issue," said one Kashmiri-Canadian."The general feeling at the moment is that the Canadian government has been eerily silent on this issue," said one Kashmiri-Canadian.

‘Take a position’: Kashmiri-Canadians urge Canada to lend stronger voice amid lockdown - National | Globalnews.ca

Negative campaign ads are nothing new in politics, but there's something new to the provincial campaign this year: salty language in a political advertisement.Negative campaign ads are nothing new in politics, but there's something new to the provincial campaign this year: salty language in a political advertisement.

New NDP ads call Manitoba premier Pallister an (expletive deleted) - Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives are promising more health-care money and a new emergency department if they are re-elected Sept. 10.Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives are promising more health-care money and a new emergency department if they are re-elected Sept. 10.

Brian Pallister promises more health care money, new ER if re-elected - Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

Ghassan Al-Naami, 47, was arrested on Sunday, Aug. 11 with the assistance of Leduc and Edmonton International Airport RCMP.Ghassan Al-Naami, 47, was arrested on Sunday, Aug. 11 with the assistance of Leduc and Edmonton International Airport RCMP.

Edmonton pediatrician Ghassan Al-Naami charged with child porn offences - Edmonton | Globalnews.ca

A 47-year-old Edmonton pediatrician faces child porn charges after police allege he uploaded a video showing a young girl being sexually assaulted to social media.A 47-year-old Edmonton pediatrician faces child porn charges after police allege he uploaded a video showing a young girl being sexually assaulted to social media.

Edmonton pediatrician facing child pornography charges | Edmonton Journal

A 47-year-old Edmonton pediatrician faces child porn charges after police allege he uploaded a video showing a young girl being sexually assaulted to social media.A 47-year-old Edmonton pediatrician faces child porn charges after police allege he uploaded a video showing a young girl being sexually assaulted to social media.

Edmonton pediatrician facing child pornography charges | Edmonton Journal

An American family narrowly escaped a rare wolf attack while camping in a Canada national park.An American family narrowly escaped a rare wolf attack while camping in a Canada national park.

Wolf attacks family camping in Canada national park - BBC News

A large contingent of police officers have descended upon a north Philadelphia neighbourhood to respond to the incident.A large contingent of police officers have descended upon a north Philadelphia neighbourhood to respond to the incident.

5 police officers shot amid active shooting in Philadelphia - National | Globalnews.ca

Multiple Philadelphia police officers wounded in shootout near Temple University's health campus | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

At least five Philadelphia police officers were shot Wednesday afternoon in what is being called an “active and ongoing” shooting situation in the city. Philadelphia Police Sgt. Eric Gripp tweeted there was at least one suspect firing at police officers in the city’s Nicetown neighbourhood. A police spokesman confirmed the shooting and said the officers […]

5 police officers shot in Philadelphia

Police said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in JulyPolice said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in July

RCMP: Teen suspects in northern B.C. murders died by suicide, with guns found nearby | National Post

Police said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in JulyPolice said there were 'strong indications' that the fugitives had been alive for a few days after they were last seen in July

RCMP: Teen suspects in northern B.C. murders died by suicide, with guns found nearby | National Post

Canadian police have said they believe two teenage fugitives suspected of killing a woman and her boyfriend as well as another man took their own lives.Canadian police have said they believe two teenage fugitives suspected of killing a woman and her boyfriend as well as another man took their own lives.

Two teen fugitives suspected of three murders 'took their own lives' - Canadian police - Independent.ie

Two Vancouver Island men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday.Two Vancouver Island men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday.

Northern B.C. triple murder suspects died by suicides: RCMP | Winnipeg Sun

Two Vancouver Island men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday.Two Vancouver Island men who were suspects in the deaths of three people and led police on a manhunt across Western Canada shot themselves, the RCMP said Monday.

Northern B.C. triple murder suspects died by suicides: RCMP | Winnipeg Sun