Trudeau won't make SNC report public, yet
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau likes what he has read former Liberal cabinet minister Anne McLellan's report on the S-N-C-Lavalin affair, but says it won't be made public just yet.
First, federal ethics commissioner Mario Dion will release his report into the affair sparked by then-attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould's claim that she was improperly pressured to halt a criminal prosecution of the engineering giant.
Trudeau is describing McLellan's report as "great."
Ahead of Trudeau’s comments on Tuesday, Conservative Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt issued a statement calling on Trudeau to release McLellan’s findings.
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