A matter of trust: Election meddling inquiry rejected
Former governor general David Johnston — now serving as a special rapporteur — says a public inquiry into foreign interference in Canadian elections would not satisfy the public, because so much of the material is classified and can’t be shared.
Will the decision to reject a public inquiry on foreign interference in Canadian elections darken the cloud of mistrust, or help clear it?
On this episode, David Fraser, a reporter with the Canadian Press, details what Johnston is recommending instead of an inquiry.
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