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Senate Ethics: Senate and Group

senate ethics: A request was filed this morning with the Senate Ethics Officer, seeking an opinion on whether the posting of these materials on Beyak's website constitutes a violation of the Senate Ethics and Conflict of Interest Code, said Sen, according to CTV. Yuen Pau Woo, leader of the Independent Senators Group. Lynn Beyak's deeply offensive posts on her website breached Senate conduct. The group is a collection of independent senators. The senator is not part of the Independent Senate Group. Beyak is technically a non-affiliated Senator following her ouster from the Conservative caucus late last week, after a dispute with Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer over the 100 letters that were posted to her website backing Beyak's position on residential schools, or commenting on Indigenous people in general. ( As reported in the news.