I'm sure Harpo would take it away if he could. It might get in the way of his George agenda
Others have done the work for us: go to the library and check out "On The Take" by Stevie Cameron and "A Secret Trial: Brian Mulroney, Stevie Cameron and the Public Trust," by William Kaplan.
Mulroney was a better PM than many are willing to admit; just don't try to say he was clean. . .
5. Tunagate: This 1985 fiasco brought down Brian Mulroney's minister of fisheries and oceans and robbed a New Brunswick town of its main employer. The story broke on CBC's The Fifth Estate on Sept. 17, 1985: Fisheries minister John Fraser had overturned an order from his own inspectors and ordered a million cans of StarKist tuna released for sale to the public. The inspectors had said the tuna, packed at the StarKist plant in St. Andrews, N.B., was so badly spoiled that it wasn't even fit to be turned into catfood. The plant's owners had lobbied Fraser to release the cans for sale, saying they might shut the plant if the tuna couldn't be sold.Quote has been trimmed
When the story broke, Fraser said he had sent samples of the tuna to two independent labs for testing, but those labs later said they hadn't finished their tests by the time Fraser decided to release the shipment. Six days after the scandal erupted, Mulroney asked Fraser to resign. In a twist the opposition parties were quick to exploit, Fraser and Mulroney both initially said that Mulroney had known about the original decision to release the tuna. The two men later said the prime minister had not known until the affair became public.
Fraser eventually went on to a new job, becoming Speaker in the House of Commons, but the 400 StarKist workers in St. Andrews weren't so lucky. The plant was shuttered after the company's market share slumped, and they were thrown out of work.
Stevie Cameron's allegations (so-called Airbus scandal) were not proven in court and the Canadian taxpayers had to pay millions in fines and legal fees because Cretin believed in Cameron's allegations and took Mulroney to court.