Duffy is suing for damages stemming from what he believes was mistreatment during the Senate expense scandal.
Meredith has admitted to having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl.
Senator Mike Duffy brought down the prime minister's right-hand man and stood trial for bribery and fraud. But, now, he's a free man, and will be returning to Canada's scandal-prone upper chamber.
We didn't see this coming—because we forgot it was going on.
He says his "nightmare" is over.
Corruption Trial in Canada Dishes Political Secrets as Prime Minister’s Former Right-Hand Man Testifies
A scandal involving a Conservative senator returned to the spotlight this week, with the resumption of a fraud and bribery trial. Prime Minister Stephen Harper kept his distance as he campaigned for re-election.
Spending scandals, criminal charges, and a crazy amount of undemocratic shenanigans have made the dream of abolishing the Senate possible.
The Auditor General of Canada's report, released Tuesday, is the culmination of a two-year scandal that has seen a flurry of resignations, a criminal case, and a growing campaign to abolish Canada's unelected Senate.
Canadians want their corporate coffee to be energy-company-free, eh?
The suspended senator has one last chance to clear his name, and he might take down the prime minister in the process.
Before you judge Mike Duffy for his alleged wrongdoings, fire up this old soundboard where Ol' Duff rattles through over 700 different names.
If you’ve read a Canadian newspaper in the last few weeks (and I know you haven’t), you might have seen that the Conservative Party of Canada is facing another scandal—this one being one of the biggest in the seven-year Harper regime. It all revolves...