OTTAWA – Stephen Harper’s office says it’s “difficult to imagine” the prime minister would have any relevant information to share in the trial of Sen. Mike Duffy. 121 more words
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper does not intend to testify in the trial of suspended senator Mike Duffy because he doesn’t have any useful information to offer, his office said Tuesday. 695 more words
The lawyer for a woman who claims to be the daughter of Sen. Mike Duffy has urged the suspended senator to show a “clear example of morals and ethics” by either saying that Karen Duffy is his daughter, or providing a DNA sample to prove otherwise. 624 more words
OTTAWA — Do you think the Senate should publish details about how its members spend public money?
So do we.
The Upper Chamber, however, seems to think otherwise — despite promises to be more open and transparent in the wake of an ongoing spending scandal that has so far resulted in criminal charges against three of its own. 486 more words
The RCMP’s criminal case against Sen. Mike Duffy emphasizes two figures: 31, the total number of charges Duffy faces; and $200,000, the value of the alleged frauds. 785 more words
And then there was one.
Like pins on a bowling alley, they’re toppling: Retired Liberal Senator Mac Harb, Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau, and now that most tele-charismatic of them all, Tory Senator Mike Duffy who, last week, learned that the RCMP had charged him with 31 counts of fraud, breach of trust and bribery. 662 more words