A judicial inquiry into alleged Chinese election fraud is expected to “follow the evidence” in probing party nomination meetings, cabinet said yesterday. Documents to date have cited irregularities at a 2019 Liberal Party nomination won by MP Han Dong (Don Valley North, Ont.).
“We want to show Canadians that issues affecting our democracy go beyond partisan considerations,” Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc told reporters. The broad scope of an inquiry “was unanimously supported by the opposition parties,” he said.