Armed with thousands of emails written by Bruce Carson, the RCMP has stepped up its investigation into the activities of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former confidante, APTN National News has learned.
The water company Bruce Carson allegedly lobbied for in hopes of landing lucrative contracts with First Nations, is now under investigation by the Ontario Provincial Police for allegedly defrauding clients, APTN National News has learned.
Federal bureaucrats once directed Bruce Carson, a former advisor to Prime Minister Stephen Harper now under an RCMP investigation, to the $5 million water pilot project for First Nations unveiled this week by Ottawa and Ontario.
RCMP investigators have yet to launch a formal investigation into the activities of Bruce Carson, a former aide to the prime minister, but the file remains open, APTN National News can report.
Bruce Carson took his former fiancee Barbara Lynn Khan to meet Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the grounds of his official residence during a going away party for the prime minister’s outgoing chief of staff Ian Brodie.
The Conservatives need to come clean on whether Bruce Carson had access to Top Secret information on the Afghanistan war, says NDP MP Paul Dewar.
Before he met 22-year-old Michele McPherson, Bruce Carson was in love with another escort.
RCMP Commissioner William Elliott was not involved in giving Bruce Carson Secret-level security clearance to work in the Prime Minister’s Office, according to the Privy Council Office.
RCMP head Elliott should come clean on Carson clearance, avoid tainting ongoing investigation: Holland
RCMP Commissioner William Elliott needs to immediately clear the air about his involvement in giving Bruce Carson secret-level security clearance to ensure the ongoing investigation of the former senior aide to the prime minister avoids any taint of bias, says a Liberal candidate running for re-election in the Ontario riding of Ajax-Pickering.