During the Question Period at the House of Commons on April 11-12, 2017, opposition MPs blasted Prime Minister Trudeau over new revelations that his controversial New Year’s family vacation at a private Bahamas island belonging to Aga Khan, a Trudeau family friend and a billionaire spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims, cost the Canadian taxpayers $133,883 and not $127,187, as was ...
In a press conference in Ottawa on January 10, 2017, prime minister Justin Trudeau dodged questions dealing with his recent vacation at the Aga Khan’s private island, saying that he is “sure more discussions [are expected] about this in the coming weeks” and looks forward to answering any questions by the Ethics Commissioner.
Andrew Scheer, MP for Regina-Qu’Appelle and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, has sent a letter to the Ethics Commissioner formally asking her to investigate prime minister Justin Trudeau for accepting the gift of a free luxury vacation on a private island.
Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe – Grey and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, calls for investigating prime minister Justin Trudeau for his controversial end-of-year vacation at the private island of his close friend the Aga Khan, the supreme leader of the 15 million Shia Ismaili Muslims around the world.
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced on Friday, December 9, 2016, $13.6 million over four years to work with communities, civil society organizations, public institutions and businesses to combat corruption in the following 12 countries: Argentina, Colombia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mozambique, Nigeria, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, and Venezuela.
Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe – Grey and candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, slams the Liberals for breaking their promise to stop their elitist cash-for-access fundraisers. The Globe and Mail reported on November 22, 2016 that in May, Prime Minister Trudeau was the main draw at a $1500-per-ticket fundraiser at the home of ...
Gerald Butts, senior political adviser to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Katie Telford, political strategist and the Trudeau’s chief of staff, issued on Thursday, September 22, 2016 a joint statement taking “responsibility” for billing the government “unreasonable” relocation expenses from Toronto to Ottawa following the formation of Trudeau Liberal government in November 2015.