National News New SNC-Lavalin details suggest Wilson-Raybould was pressured by PMO; Ford Government says no to Hydro One CEO salary SHARE ON: James Bowler, contributor, Thursday, Feb. 21st, 2019 Wilson-Raybould felt she was improperly pressured: reports Jody Wilson-Raybould reportedly felt improperly pressured to deal with the SNC-Lavalin case. The former Justice Minister made this comment during a closed-door cabinet meeting according to government sources speaking with the Globe and Mail. Opposition MPs have been hounding Justin Trudeau to allow her to speak publicly on the matter, but all requests have been blocked. Ford Government starts putting weight on Hydro One The Ford Government is now demanding Hydro One cut its CEO salary. The province wants Hydro One’s board to reduce the proposed salary cap by over a million to $1.5 million. The board has so far ignored requests from Ontario officials to bring this cap down. New investment looks to make Canadian sports safer and more inclusive Protection for athletes and gender equity in sports. These are the two focuses at the heart of a $200,000 federal investment into improving Canadian sports conduct. Ottawa’s Minister of Science and Sport made the announcement following a CBC News report which found over 200 Canadian coaches were convicted of assault in the last 20 years.