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Who?s Investigating Justin Trudeau ? and What Do They Hope to Find?


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That’s in part because those outcomes will likely be affected by a series of investigations, both active and proposed, into the actions of the prime minister and his aides.Here’s a look at who’s seeking answers, what they could uncover, and who else might still take a peek:What’s Already Underway• Parliamentary hearings: The House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Justice is where Ms. Wilson-Raybould finally broke her silence this week. They have been more circumspect about politically sensitive investigations since then.Today, as Mr. Trudeau’s public safety minister, Mr. Goodale oversees the Mounties.•An independent public inquiry: Jagmeet Singh, the leader of the New Democrats, was the first to push for an independent special commission to look into the affair, and the idea has support from other opposition parties.Mr. Trudeau has taken the position that the Justice Committee hearings and the conflict of interest investigation are all that’s needed.An inquiry is the least appealing option for the Liberals, who remember all too well the Gomery Commission.

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