Inquiries on CPAC

Loading video...

Inquiries on CPAC - The Gomery Inquiry – May 20, 2005 (Part 1 of 6)

Commission of Inquiry into the Sponsorship Program and Advertising Activities

The Commissioner dismisses an earlier motion seeking to file as evidence a transcript of Charles Guité’s testimony before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Accounts and to have Mr. Guité’s testimony before the Commission disregarded. There is a series of motions seeking to call additional witnesses. Peter Doody (Counsel for Jean Chrétien) presents a motion seeking testimony from Ralph Goodale and Don Boudria; Pierre Fournier (Counsel for Alfonso Gagliano) requests that Mr. Gagliano be called upon to testify again; Sylvain Lussier (on behalf of the Attorney General of Canada) and Mélanie Joly (Counsel for Malcom Media and Luc Lemay) seek to file affidavits from witnesses; Doug Mitchell (Counsel for the Liberal Party of Canada) requests testimony from a panel of witnesses to provide contextual evidence on the operation of political parties; Guy Pratte (Counsel for Jean Pelletier) asks that Mr. Pelletier be called upon to testify again; and Julia Holland (Counsel for Canada Post) seeks the filing of an affidavit from Micheline Montreuil.

more less

Related Videos

Revue Politique

October 4, 2016

The Trudeau government is on the defensive after approving a national carbon tax which will become effective in 2018. Pierre Donais...

In Committee From The House Of Commons

Finance - September 29,...

The committee continues its pre-budget consultations. MPs first hear from Brian Kingston (Business Council of Canada); Scott Chamberlain...


September 27, 2016

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, and Parliamentary Secretary Michel Picard...

PrimeTime Politics

September 27, 2016

Peter Van Dusen welcomes MPs Guy Caron (NDP), Jonathan Wilkinson (Liberal), and Shannon Stubbs (Conservative) to discuss the proposed LNG...