Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez faced a grilling at committee.
He resigned as Canada’s finance minister in August amid the WE Charity controversy.
It's been a blur.
Liberals threatened a snap election over a Tory motion for a new committee to study the WE Charity controversy and alleged government scandals.
Erin O’Toole says he doesn’t have confidence in Trudeau’s government but also doesn’t want another vote.
He suggested opposition MPs are playing politics.
He also defended Julie Payette as an “excellent” Governor General.
Pierre Poilievre says the prime minister would “love to have an election before the truth comes out.”
How will this impact the WE investigation and COVID-19 responses like the CERB?
He will step down as MP for Toronto Centre, and plans to leave politics.
Liberal chair Wayne Easter ruled the motion out of order.
He plans to move a motion of non-confidence this fall if his demands aren’t met.
Both the prime minister and his chief of staff suggested they didn’t believe there was a conflict.
One Conservative MP called it "convenient timing."
The prime minister said he “deeply” regrets how the controversy has unfolded.
The WE organization co-founders answered MPs’ questions for four hours.
The prime minister’s chief of staff Katie Telford will also answer MPs’ questions Thursday.
The outgoing Conservative leader called on Trudeau to resign.
One Tory MP said he wants accountability for an “avalanche of illegal activity.”
The expenses are from 2017.