Regular readers of this blog might remember back in March a little investigative work by Andrew Potter revealed some problems with accountability in the Ethics Commissioner’s office.
Seems the Sgro inquiry has taught the Ethics Commissioner a few things. Like it shouldn’t take seven months to find an office, hire a staff and make a few follow up inquiries. He’s sure he’ll be able to complete future inquiries in a more timely manner. Let’s hope so, since the Grewal inquiry outwardly appears to have more legs than the Sgro inquiry ever did.