David Dingwall lobbied when he wasn't registered, collected commissions he shouldn't have even when he was.
He was responsible for making change at the Mint, and he couldn't spare his own to pay for a pack of gum.
None of this will prevent him from getting a nice fat severance package--how fat, we don't know--on top of his $77,000 a year parliamentary pension.
Being Liberal means never having to say you're sorry.
Source: Toronto Star