One of two parliamentary investigations into sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is being shut down.
The governing Liberals, with the support of the Bloc Québécois, forced a motion through the House of Commons defence committee on Monday that effectively ends its hearings into misconduct this week and sends the issue on to the report-writing stage.
Both the Opposition Conservatives and the New Democrats opposed the motion.
The Liberal parliamentary secretary for defence, MP Anita Vandenbeld, said the committee needs to move on in order to
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