Calls for Morneau’s resignation over repaid WE expenses — CBC News: The National | July 22, 2020

Calls for Morneau’s resignation over repaid WE expenses — CBC News: The National | July 22, 2020

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The Opposition is calling for Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s resignation after he admitted repaying WE Charity $41,000 in travel expenses. Calls for action after allegations of bullying at Rideau Hall. Plus, a look at how kids could go back to school and if it’s safe.

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