Morneau’s Family Flew To WE’s Kenya Compound, In Possible Violation Of Federal Law
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Morneau’s Family Flew To WE’s Kenya Compound, In Possible Violation Of Federal Law
“Only private charters could land at Bogani,” says former WE employee

The wife and daughter of Finance Minister Bill Morneau flew from Nairobi to WE’s Bogani compound when the two visited Kenya in the summer of 2017, Canadaland has learned.

The Conflict of Interest Act explicitly forbids ministers and their family members from accepting travel “on non-commercial chartered or private aircraft for any purpose,” with limited exceptions.

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