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Trudeau broke ethics rules in accepting holiday trip to Aga Khan's retreat, says watchdog

News | BEATRICE PAEZ
Published: Wednesday, 12/20/2017 12:55 pm EST
Last Updated: Wednesday, 12/20/2017 6:06 pm EST
Hill Times file photo by Sam Garcia
Justin Trudeau, in accepting 'gifts of hospitality' from the Aga Khan, broke some provisions in the Conflict of Interest Act, outgoing commissioner Mary Dawson finds.

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