PMO, SNC-Lavalin allegations could be obstruction of justice, former AG says | The Weekly

If allegations of interference from the Prime Minister’s Office into an investigation into construction giant SNC-Lavalin are true, it could be considered obstruction of justice and lead to criminal charges, former Ontario attorney general Michael Bryant says. The Weekly also looks into SNC-Lavalin’s controversial history of power, influence and scandal.
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