Oh, wait, here's one!
Anyway, back to the Globe (Clearing the Slush):
...The Premier would have us believe that the commissioning of Mr. McCarter's report and subsequent resignation of Mr. Colle demonstrate his government's commitment to accountability. But only those with very short memories will accept that storyline. Far from reacting promptly to concerns about the slush fund, Mr. McGuinty's initial response was dismissive. Not only did he stonewall demands for an investigation; he went so far as to imply (albeit with a quick retraction) that opposition members questioning the multicultural program were doing so out of racism. Only when it became clear that his refusal to commission a report would harm his party heading into this fall's election campaign did Mr. McGuinty relent...
Again, McGuinty's motives are questioned regarding his Minister's 'resignation'. Far from being accountable, it appears to have been an expedient way to name a scapegoat and distance himself from the smell.
- Lunch break.