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A so-far?unsuccessful attempt by opposition parties to reopen House of Commons committee hearings on sexual misconduct in the military appears to be headedThe provinces. Even Newfoundland, while standing by to provide aid, dre?for a sequelThe full story fro.

The ConservativesThe U.S. Just different., New Democrats and Bloc Quebecois have all signalled they are in favour of a motion that would summon a former top adviser to Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan to testify on what she knows about the handling of an informal allegation of?inappropriate conduct against former general Jonathan Vance.

The governing Liberals?have, for the second time in a week,?prevented the Conservative motion from coming to a vote before the Commons defence defence committee[email protected].

The motion also attempts to recall Sajjan and former military ombudsman Gary Walbourne —?who warned Sajjan in a private meeting in 2018 of possible inappropriate behaviour on the part of Vance in an alleged email exchange with a junior non-commissioned officers parents.

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