WATCH: Bergen Challenges Moneybags To Reveal Assets He’s Owned While In Government

It should be very simple for Bill Morneau to show Canadians what assets he’s owned over the past two years. Yet, he continues to dodge the question.

Today in Question Period, Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen challenged Finance Minister Moneybags to reveal to Canadians what assets he’s owned while serving in government.

After all, considering the ethics issues he’s facing, and the immense power wielded by the Finance Minister, Canadians deserve to know the truth.

Watch the exchange in the video below:


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The questions continued:


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Questions repeatedly unanswered

Moneybags could have easily cleared everything up by showing more transparency for Canadians. Instead, as you can see in the video above, he tries to hide behind PMO talking points and leaves questions repeatedly unanswered.

No wonder almost nobody in the country trusts him with our national finances.

Spencer Fernando

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Wouldn’t answer either because QP is not a court

Kristofer Saseniuk

Do the liberals ever state any facts or did they all take courses on how to speak without saying anything?

D, Jerome Hauk

Given Trudeau’s belief that budgets will balance themselves, it follows that it doesn’t really matter who’s overseeing Finance, so perhaps the Libs are using this “controversy “ as a smokescreen to distract the hoi polloi from more substantive issues – not to belittle the issue of burgeoning debt as insubstantial. The constant outflow of borrowed money is of hugh concern but will continue untill there is a change of government; it cannot come soon enough.


I would like to see the Opposition Parties do some research on their own. Whenever the Liberals insist on responding in their usual sub-intelligent manner, the Opposition should then provide the answer themselves. In this case, properly using Parliamentary funds, they could search the internet and give Morneau the answer. Let him refute.