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Ethics commissioner finds no conflict of interest in TekSavvy complaint over Scott-Bibic beer

News | 08/24/2022 5:29 pm EDT
Bell CEO Mirko Bibic (left) and Ian Scott (right) allegedly meeting at D'Arcy McGee's, an Ottawa Bar. Photo via TekSavvy affidavit filed Mar. 1. 2022.

Canada’s Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner will not be opening an investigation into CRTC chair Ian Scott’s 2019 beer with BCE Inc. CEO Mirko Bibic having found that the two are not “friends” and therefore, did not contravene the Conflict of Interest Act.

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