The push for answers over alleged election meddling
Committees and reports are giving us new info about alleged election meddling by China – but how can we get answers to the biggest questions still remaining?
On Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau once again resisted a call that's been getting progressively louder in Ottawa: the call for a public inquiry into allegations of Beijing's interference in our most recent elections.
Opposition MPs on a Parliamentary committee have already voted in favour of an inquiry into foreign interference, although that motion is non-binding. Meanwhile, a number of reports, committee investigations and witness testimonies have either already been delivered, or are on the way.
Today, CBC's The House host Catherine Cullen explains the newest revelations, what big questions are still at play, and what avenues remain to get those answers.