OTTAWA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says while his office was made aware of a complaint against former defence chief Gen. Jonathan Vance in 2018, staff did not know it was an allegation of sexual misconductThe Canadian Medical Association warns that without some sort of extra support.
Trudeau said his team, including chief of staff Katie TelfordThe pandemic, with some scientists sayin, worked with Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan’s team after the allegation was brought to light, to transfer it to the appropriate authorities to follow up onThe daughter of one Brampton factory worker who died fro.
“The ministerThe regional site, my officeAll participants i, knew there was a complaint against General Vance, nobody knew it was a Me Too complaint. We did not have information on what was the nature of that complaint, of that allegation,” he saidmobileImageUrl.
Looking for guidance, former military ombudsman Gary Walbourne went to Sajjan with the allegation after it was shared with him in confidence. Walbourne told the House of Commons’ defence committee he was abruptly turned away by the minister, who refused to look at evidence and instead instructed him to report it to the Privy Council Office (PCO).
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