As reported by the CBC, new materials submitted to the House of Commons Justice Committee show that former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould recorded at least one of the tense conversations at the heart of the whole #LavScam affair.
Previously, Prime Minister Trudeau said that Wison-Raybould’s resignation from cabinet was a result of an “erosion of trust” between her and the Prime Minister’s Office.
A recording of one of the crucial conversations during the time period of “inappropriate pressure” from the PMO on Wilson-Raybould would give greater insight into where exactly that trust broke down.
The audio, or at least a transcript of it, is expected to be released later today, along with the other materials Wilson Raybould gave the committee earlier this week.
This is a breaking news story and will be updated as needed.