news: But sources tell CTV News that he informed the Prime Minister's Office more than a year ago that he would testify on behalf of Norman, according to CTV. Sources confirm that he is listed on the defence witness list. Leslie, who represents the Ottawa riding of Orleans and was previously a lieutenant-general in Canadian military, would not comment. Two high level sources tell CTV News that after Leslie informed the Liberal whip that he would testify on behalf of Norman, he was not pressured to change his testimony, nor was he asked not to run again. CTV News has also learned that Leslie asked that his legal costs be covered by the government, and that request has been signed off on, sources said. But as late as two weeks ago, sources say that the most senior members of the PMO were inexplicably still unaware of Leslie's decision. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.