In a Globe and Mail opinion piece, PENNY BRYDEN, a Professor of History at the University of Victoria, & president of the Canadian Historical Association, writes that three criteria are needed for a true scandal. “There must be a transgression, then a cover-up and finally sustained public outrage.”Former Conservative cabinet minister BEV ODA (pictured above) hit the scandal jackpot with her $16 orange juice, limousine service, a suite at London’s luxurious Savoy Hotel – after rejecting her government-booked Grange St. Paul’s 5-star domicile. The Canadian public had a fit.With a federal election upcoming on October 21st, isn’t it about time we considered other matters?
Much is made about Trudeau being wealthy and therefore out-of-touch with ‘the common man’. It is also why he can’t be bought by a private flight to a private island. A friendly gesture rather than a bribe.