Oda story still incomplete

After months of opposition grilling and two speaker's rulings that went against her, CIDA Minister Bev Oda narrowly avoided being found in contempt with the government's defeat on March 25. Now she is back on the hustings, running for re-election. But while Ms. Oda may be turning her mind to issues of concern to her constituents just outside Toronto, she has left behind almost as many questions as answers in the KAIROS case.

Published: Wednesday, 03/30/2011 12:00 am EDT

After months of opposition grilling and two speaker's rulings that went against her, CIDA Minister Bev Oda narrowly avoided being found in contempt with the government's defeat on March 25. Now she is back on the hustings, running for re-election. But while Ms. Oda may be turning her mind to issues of concern to her constituents just outside Toronto, she has left behind almost as many questions as answers in the KAIROS case.

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