The Aboriginal Peoples Television Network preempted its regular news programming on March 25 to showcase its investigative work into the Bruce Carson scandal, in which the former Prime Minister's adviser is suspected of lobbying the ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) for water-filtration contracts for his fiancée's employer, H2O Global Group. The scandal is part of what led to the government's fall the same afternoon.
"Meet the reporters who broke the story and see how a duct taped box delivered in a gas station parking lot began a chain of events that shook Canada’s political establishment," the station's website says. Watch reporters Jorge Barrera and Kenneth Jackson make Carson squirm.
Here is the one-hour broadcast in its entirety.