U of Calgary: No Disciplinary Measures "At This Time"

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Updating the story about the University of Calgary’s damning audit of its relationship with the Friends of Science, U of C general counsel Charlene Anderson told the Calgary Herald yesterday that no disciplinary action is planned “at this time,” but “that might change at any time so the university is looking into that.”

Federal Environment Minister John Baird also chose to be insulting rather than communicative when asked about his own involvement in this story. Responding to a question, Baird said: “The member for Ottawa Centre (David McGuinty) puts on his tinfoil hat and develops these great theories.”

We’ll look forward to the next chapter – and maybe a straight answer – down the road.

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