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Scrums - November 28, 2013


Senators George Furey, Paul Massicotte, Jim Munson, Hugh Segal, and Gerald Comeau speak with reporters after a meeting of the Senate Internal Economy committee. Senators had questioned Deloitte auditors about alleged interference in their audit of Mike Duffy's expenses.

NDP deputy ethics critic Alexandre Boulerice comments on the refusal of Conservative senators to ask Deloitte partner Michael Runia and Conservative Senator Irving Gerstein to testify before the Senate committee.

NDP critics Jack Harris and Paul Dewar discuss allegations that Canada allowed the United States to spy during the 2010 G8 and G20 summits in Toronto.

Treasury Board President Tony Clement reacts to recommendations from Canada's information commissioner regarding instant messages sent from government-issued devices.


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