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LAWTON: Trudeau broke the law. Where’s the punishment?

Despite the severity of the ethics commissioner's finding, such a violation carries no real punishment.

Canada’s conflict of interest and ethics commissioner found that Justin Trudeau’s pressuring of Jody Wilson-Raybould to interfere in the prosecution of SNC-Lavalin broke the federal ethics rules. That sounds serious because it is. But despite the severity of the finding, such a violation carries no real punishment.

That needs to change, True North’s Andrew Lawton says.

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