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As the month of August draws to a close, the National Energy Board (NEB) begins its hearings on the Energy East pipeline project amidst a swirl of controversy. But the most objectionable aspect of the hearings of the NEB is the fact that it is engulfed in a sea of questionable ethical considerations.
Seven people were arrested in an alleged scheme where political financing and gifts were exchanged for lucrative government contracts.
The public is justified in asking our politicians what taxpayers will receive in response. Is this going to be another report that sits on a shelf, or will the political level now address the systemic issues that gave rise to the rot and corruption that so enthralled those who followed the proceedings?
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MONTREAL - Premier Pauline Marois came out swinging on behalf of her husband Tuesday as opposition parties targeted his dealings