Bruce Carson, a former aide to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, will face trial next summer on an influence peddling charge linked to an Ottawa water company’s attempt to sell water filtration systems
The RCMP is investigating claims Bruce Carson received a $5,000 cheque to sponsor a table at the Assembly of First Nations Christmas party from the Ottawa water company he was promoting to federal officials in hopes of landing First Nation water deals, APTN National News has learned.
Patrick Hill believed Bruce Carson, a former aide to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, would help him land the deal of a lifetime.
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.
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.
Before he met 22-year-old Michele McPherson, Bruce Carson was in love with another escort.
Bruce Carson received a top level “secret” clearance to work in the Prime Minister’s Office, but he never disclosed his 1990 fraud convictions to top political staff, according to Ian Brodie, a former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The RCMP should investigate the activities and relationships around Bruce Carson, a former confidante of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and his escort turned fiancee to ensure no sensitive information flowed from pillow talk to criminal or foreign elements, according to two former agents with the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.