News Government Manufacturing General
August 15, 2019  

Why PMO wanted former Supreme Court judges to advise on SNC-Lavalin

Ethics commissioner concludes Trudeau violated ethics law by improperly pressuring former attorney general to halt criminal prosecution.

News Government Manufacturing General
August 14, 2019  

SNC-Lavalin faces renewed questions over future after bombshell report

Ethics commissioner said that Trudeau improperly pressured the attorney general to overrule federal prosecutors.

News Government General
August 14, 2019  

Trudeau breached Conflict of Interest Act, says ethics commissioner

Ethics watchdog concluded PM violated act by pressuring former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould to halt the criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin.

News Government General
May 28, 2019  

Wilson Raybould and Philpott to run as Independents in fall election campaign

The two former ministers were removed from the Liberal caucus in early April.

News Government General
April 25, 2019  

JWR: Feds want to just ‘manage the problem’ of Indigenous Peoples

Former AG torched Trudeau government in speech to indigenous council.

News Government General
April 9, 2019  

Libs say lawsuit threat needed to stop Scheer’s ‘misinformation’ on SNC-Lavalin

Scheer revealed Sunday that he’d received a letter from Trudeau’s lawyer serving notice of a possible libel suit.

News Government General
April 4, 2019  

No regrets in SNC-Lavalin affair, Wilson-Raybould and Philpott say

Trudeau informed the two former ministers Tuesday that he won’t allow them to seek re-election as Liberal candidates this fall.

News Government General
April 2, 2019  

JWR, Philpott no longer welcome in Liberal caucus; secret tape the last straw

After Wilson-Raybould secretly taped a conversation with Michael Wernick, Lib MPs want her gone.

News Construction General
April 1, 2019  

Muddled messaging does SNC-Lavalin’s brand no favours: experts

The Montreal-based firm faces ongoing fraud and corruption charges linked to alleged dealings with the Moammar Gadhafi regime in Libya.

News Government General
March 27, 2019  

Tories seek investigation into leak of Trudeau JWR clash over top court choice

Wilson-Raybould and Trudeau allegedly clashed over whom to appoint to the Supreme Court upon the retirement of Beverley McLachlin as chief justice in 2017.

News Manufacturing General
March 25, 2019  

Trudeau, Wilson-Raybould have ‘cordial’ conversation about ‘next steps’ [UPDATED]

She and Jane Philpott to remain in the Liberal caucus despite criticism of government’s handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair.

News Government General
March 21, 2019  

As MPs pull all nighter, Philpott breathes fresh life into SNC-Lavalin scandal [UPDATED]

The Liberal majority shot down a Conservative motion calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to let former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould testify again.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
March 11, 2019  

Allegations Trudeau interfered in SNC-Lavalin case concern OECD

Canada is one of 44 nations that in 1999 signed the legally binding Anti-Bribery Convention.

News Construction Government General
March 6, 2019  

PMO tried to persuade Wilson-Raybould, not intimidate her: Butts

Gerald Butts testified before the House of Commons justice committee Wednesday.

News Government Manufacturing General
March 4, 2019  

Philpott resigns from cabinet over SNC-Lavalin

Treasury Board president has lost confidence in the Trudeau government’s handling of the affair.

News Government General
February 28, 2019  

Five things we learned from Wilson Raybould at the justice committee

More details from the former justice minister’s testimony.

News Construction Government General
February 28, 2019  

Scheer calls on Trudeau to resign, Singh for inquiry over SNC-Lavalin affair

“Justin Trudeau simply cannot continue to govern this country now that Canadians know what he has done,” Scheer said.

News General
February 21, 2019  

Liberals defeat opposition call for public inquiry into SNC-Lavalin pressure

Wilson-Raybould abstained: didn’t think it appropriate to vote on a matter in which she was personally involved.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 14, 2019  

Liberals agree to only limited hearings on Wilson-Raybould affair

But short list of three proposed witnesses does not include the former attorney general, who resigned from cabinet Feb. 12.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 14, 2019  

Trudeau faces critics as Wilson-Raybould scandal swirls

Liberal MPs concerned about a lack of communication and having this saga unfold going into an election campaign.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 11, 2019  

PM asserts full confidence in Wilson-Raybould amid ethics investigation [UPDATED]

Public prosecutor has said a remediation agreement would be inappropriate.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
May 4, 2018  

Federal government to intervene in BC’s Trans Mountain court case

Justice minister says government is defending federal jurisdiction over interprovincial pipelines.