Parliament showdown over anti-corruption committee may trigger election
The Conservatives have made a motion to create an anti-corruption committee to review the Liberal government’s ethics. But Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is turning that motion into a confidence vote. If this committee becomes a reality, it would mean the opposition has lost confidence in the minority Liberal government, and that would send Canadians to the polls again. David Akin has a closer look at this political tug of war, and the likelihood of a fall election.