Court OKs Ethics Screens

The Federal Court of Appeal yesterday upheld an ethics ruling one advocacy group called a charade. The Commissioner of Ethics was sued over a 2016 decision allowing then-Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc to endorse a so-called “conflict of interest screen” over dealings with a New Brunswick millionaire: “They are a reasonable exercise.”

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