OTTAWA - Sen. Mike Duffy is back on Parliament Hill after keeping a low profile during his long-running legal odyssey. Duffy's return comes less than two weeks after he was acquitted of all 31 charges in his trial for fraud, breach of trust and bribery.
Duffy lost out on more than $250,000 in salary during his suspension - money that his lawyer has argued Duffy should be paid after his acquittal.
Each week, the Maclean's Ottawa bureau sits down with Cormac Mac Sweeney to discuss the headlines of the week. This week, Mike Duffy is not guilty. The P.E.I. senator was acquitted of all 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust, and bribery after a year ...
Andrew Coyne and Chantal Hébert join Peter Mansbridge on The National for an At Issue panel on the ruling in the Mike Duffy trial, which saw the senator acquitted on all 31 charges. Watch the full segment above, and find more At Issue panels here.
This page will be updated live as Justice Charles Vaillancourt reads his verdict on the Michael Duffy trial regarding Senate expenses beginning at 10 am on April 21.
Mike Duffy - the Island's most high-profile political export - prepares to return to the Senate this week after a three-year hiatus punctuated by intrigue, scandal and, finally, vindication in a court of law.
So the “senior citizens” who moved - or are planning to move - into the Lawrence Heights development near Vernon don't like the occasional noise of the nearby motorsport racetrack and have won their lawsuit.
Suspended senator Mike Duffy is followed by his lawyer Donald Bayne (right) as he arrives at the courthouse in Ottawa, Ont.
Justice Charles H. Vaillancourt cleared Mike Duffy of all charges today. Read his ruling, for the record: macleans.ca. April 21, 2016.
OTTAWA - Ontario Justice Charles Vaillancourt will deliver his decision Thursday on Sen. Mike Duffy's fraud, breach of trust and bribery charges, all of which stem from his controversial Senate housing and travel expenses.
Senator Mike Duffy arrives at the courthouse in Ottawa for his trial on Wednesday, November 25, 2015 in Ottawa. Did Sen. Duffy commit a crime or didn't he?