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Gomery inquiry
UPDATED AT 5:37 AM EST Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006
Justice John Gomery, commissioner of the inquiry into the sponsorship program prepares to start a news conference after delivering his final report Wednesday
Photo: CP
Mr. Justice John Gomery arrives for his final news conference Feb. 1, 2006.
Prime minister-designate believes $50 million is still missing.
5:23 PM | FULL STORY 
Parliament should keep tighter check on Prime Minister's Office and cabinet, final report says
5:35 AM | FULL STORY 
Administrators should be insulated from political interference, Gomery says
5:37 AM | FULL STORY 
Nov. 1, 2005: First Gomery report
Gomery says public trust 'betrayed.' Martin says $1.14-million will be repaid.
5:50 PM | FULL STORY 
Interactive more 
Chart
A visual look: how the program worked and who was involved
7:08 AM 
Uncovering sponsorship more 
Daniel
Daniel Leblanc and Campbell Clark on covering the scandal
1:44 PM 
The events more 
Timeline
Follow the events as they unfolded
12:15 PM 
Who's who
Gomery
The politicians, bureaucrats, ad men, provincial Liberals.
3:41 PM | FULL STORY 
Video
Television
CTV video of moments from the inquiry
8:14 AM | FULL STORY 
The investigations
Sponsorship
The scandal sparked a series of investigations.
1:16 PM | FULL STORY 
The inquiry more 
Guite
Why the inquiry was called and other questions
3:26 PM 
On-line
Mouse
Links and reports related to Gomery
3:45 PM | FULL STORY 
Seen and Heard more 
Gable
The Globe cartoonist's sponsorship work
1:43 PM 
Seen and Heard more 
Brault
Tu Thanh Ha on the 'best show in town'
1:43 PM 
First report: Nov. 1, 2005
Gomery
Audio excerpt from his press conference 
Chretien
Former PM's news conference 
Gomery
Chrétien, Layton, Martin, Harper 
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Seen and Heard
Coffin
Ad man was convicted in scandal 
Martin
His address to the nation on sponsorship 
Chretien
Former PMs tees off at Gomery 



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