Duffy trial

Lori Shenher, former VPD Det-Const

RCMP should question Harper, says criminal investigations expert

The prime minister and others need to be interviewed, given UBC law professor Ben Perrin’s evidence, says Shenher.
Benjamin Perrin, former legal adviser to Harper. CP photo

DUFFY TRIAL: Former PMO lawyer bucks Harper on Senate residency rules

The Crown took Perrin through early PMO discussions around Duffy's contentious Senate expenses Thursday.
Nigel Wright at Ottawa Courthouse. Elizabeth McSheffrey photo/VO

DUFFY TRIAL: Wright hand flops in court

After the rote pleasantries, Duffy's lawyer Bayne gets under Wright’s skin.
Nigel Wright, Conservative angel. Vancouver Observer illustration

Twitter responds to Nigel Wright's religious reference

Was the Bible-referenced testimony of Nigel Wright, Harper's former right-hand man, calculated or just the heartfelt words of a religious man?
Mulcair in Vancouver (file photo - video still)

Don't fall for Harper's anti-terrorism gimmick, Mulcair tells reporters at Vancouver rally

With the shadow of the Mike Duffy trial looming larger than ever, Stephen Harper campaigns to crack down on homegrown terror threats.
Senate Scandal, Charity audits, CRA, Duffy Diaries, Duffy trial

Duffy connected charity critic to lucrative industry cash

Star witness attacking charities plays star role in Duffy's Diaries.  But what does it mean? Read the whole story on the National Observer
Stephen Harper, Canadian politics, Duffy trial, federal election, 2015 election

A federal budget, the ongoing Duffy court saga: a busy week awaits MPs

It'll be a busy week ahead for politicians and journalists alike in the nation's capital as this Parliament sprints toward the finish line. Members of Parliament return to Ottawa as the House of...
Senate rules expert on stand for third straight day at Mike Duffy trial

Senate rules expert on stand for third straight day at Mike Duffy trial

After all, says Duffy's lawyer Donald Bayne, the nature of those rules is what's at stake in the case.
second day of suspended senator Mike Duffy's trial

Highlights from the second day of suspended senator Mike Duffy's trial

Witness 1: former Senate law clerk Mark Audcent acknowledged that there was no clear definition of "residence"
'Not guilty, Your Honour,' Mike Duffy says on Day 1 of Senate expenses trial

'Not guilty, Your Honour,' Mike Duffy says on Day 1 of Senate expenses trial

The suspended senator, who faces 31 counts of fraud, breach of trust and bribery, delivered his plea after the court clerk read the charges into the record.