Stop Me if You’ve Heard This One Before
Venerable Canadian institution collapses: Jean Chrétien in the middle:
The stunning collapse of Heenan Blaikie LLP, once one of Canada’s largest and most prestigious law firms, stemmed from a “loss of trust” in management over international business activities including dubious forays into Africa, where former partner Jacques Bouchard and former prime minister Jean Chrétien lobbied governments on behalf of clients, former Heenan partners and associates say…
Question: if a former Conservative Prime Minister (say Brian Mulroney), and a former cabinet minister in a Conservative government were this highly involved in this much of a racket, would Steven Harper be asked questions about it? So will Justin Trudeau, considering both men in question sat at his father’s cabinet table, and considering the relationship between Roy Heenan and the Trudeau’s, be asked a multitude of questions? Or will, once again, the media once again be unwilling to use the words “Jean Chrétien” and “bribery scandal” in the same article?