Canadian Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau walks from the parliament to give a press conference in Ottawa on October 20, 2015 after winning the general elections. AFP PHOTO/NICHOLAS KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are under questions from Canada’s ethics watchdog for his involvement in cash-for-access scheme as reported by political fundraisers.

This happens for the first in Canada’s in a decade history that serving Prime Minister came under the surveillance of the ethics commissioner. It is even disappointing on the part of the Trudeau as he took charge as the head of Canada on board promises to run a transparent administration.


For weeks of allegations, Trudeau finally admitted he was actually lobbied at the cash-for-access fundraisers he attended to fill the Liberal Party’s coffers along with cabinet ministers but denied his involvement.

This scandal came into notice after a spate of media reports documented Liberal party fundraisers being held in the homes of wealthy Canadians. They offered access to members of Trudeau’s government for up to C$1,500 a ticket.

On asking about the allegations, Trudeau always managed to escape a she had done nothing wrong