Prime Minister Stephen Harper gave a televised address to his Conservative caucus this morning to comment on the Senate expenses controversy that prompted the weekend resignation of his chief of staff, Nigel Wright. video
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will briefly address the Senate expense controversy Tuesday before heading to South America for four days of bilateral talks and trade meetings.
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