Last Updated: Thursday, December 11, 10:20 AM EST
Karlheinz Schreiber paid the former prime minister $300,000 in cash in three instalments in 1993 and 1994. But Mr. Mulroney did not declare the money at tax time.
In four-hour session with Commons ethics committee, former PM acknowledges receiving cash from Schreiber, offers explanation for delay in reporting it, attacks deal-maker's credibility and changes tune on public inquiry.
Mulroney's Atlantic minister speaks out on proposed arms plant
A face-to-face comparison of key allegations by Schreiber and Mulroney's responses
Documents show former Mulroney aide involved in airplane sale
Supreme Court won't review Karlheinz Schreiber's latest bid to quash extradition to Germany on fraud, bribery and tax-evasion charges
Ex-adviser to former prime minister who once lobbied on behalf of German businessman seeks public funding
Watchdog group going to court hoping to force federal Ethics Commissioner to widen definition of conflict of interest
Jeffrey Oliphant will spend the next year working on the case, Ottawa announces
Lawyer says former PM has ‘respectfully declined' invitation
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Adviser found no prima facie evidence of criminal activity, RCMP file remains closed
Erik Nielsen says his former boss took too long to speak out on the matter.
An Ontario judge has dismissed German-Canadian businessman's suit against former prime minister over jurisdictional issue
Text of the federal government's terms of reference for a review of the Mulroney-Schreiber affair
Text of a statement issued by former prime minister Brian Mulroney
Lawrence Martin: Harper-Mulroney rift could haunt Tories
The most electorally successful Tory prime minister since John A. Macdonald finds himself stuck on the sidelines.
Globe Editorial: The ideal is impossible
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is accountable for his choice of Judge Oliphant
Globe editorial: Name a Mulroney probe chair
Opposition MPs have long speculated that Mr. Harper was never serious about holding the promised inquiry before the next election. He runs the risk of proving them right.
Globe Editorial: A misplaced scruple in Ottawa
The last thing Parliament needs is a wave of libel chill. Yet that's what a recent ruling could create.
Analysis: Time for committee to get serious
William Kaplan: MPs can still get more answers on Mulroney
Globe editorial: The reason for this inquiry
In slowing the inquiry, perhaps until after an election, the Prime Minister runs the risk of looking like a player himself, and not necessarily a disinterested one
Jeffrey Simpson: Narrow inquiry not enough
An inquiry into the whole of the Mulroney-Schreiber relationship would be long, expensive and perhaps inconclusive
William Kaplan: What's left? Try this
Millions in 'grease money' remain unaccounted for.
Globe editorial: What he said, and didn't say
Yesterday's hearing shows MPs again were woefully out of their depth when probing the Mulroney-Schreiber affair.