Excerpt: In the Aga Khan case, the Commissioner said she could find no evidence of any actual friendship with the Prime Minister. The two met once in a thirty-year period, at a 2000 funeral for Pierre Trudeau.
“There were no private interactions between Mr. Trudeau and the Aga Khan until Mr. Trudeau became leader of the Liberal Party,” the Commissioner wrote in her Trudeau Report. “This led me to conclude their relationship cannot be described as one of friends for the purposes of this Act.”
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