Mark it down as another ethics concern that Canadians will not get answers to.
The House of Commons Ethics Committee has voted to keep fees paid to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife, Sophie Gregoire, under wraps.
In a 6-4 decision, the committee voted not to disclose fees paid to the Trudeau’s through the family’s talent agency.
Conservative MP Michael Barrett brought the motion to the House earlier this year. He had hoped to get more answers on the WE Charity scandal and potentially unveil other ethics violations for a Prime Minister that’s been plagued with scandals.
Trudeau has since shared details which show he made $1.3 Million from 2006 to 2012 but records of payments received since becoming leader of the Liberal Party remain sealed. Trudeau’s mother Margaret and his brother Alexandre collectively received $456,070 from the WE Charity.
For months, the Conservative party has alleged that Trudeau runs a pay-for-access scheme where large donations gain face-time and influence with the Prime Minister.
In recent days, Conservatives have questioned Trudeau’s loyalty to Canada suggesting that could be compromised by the Chinese Communist Party.
“It’s clear that Liberal MPs will do everything they can to hide the arrogance and entitlement of this Prime Minister,” Barrett said in a statement. “Conservatives promised Canadians that we would get answers on the WE scandal. We will keep this promise.”
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