There is also a question of what an inquiry will uncover and, importantly, what recommendations it could possibly make. At the very least the Elections Canada investigation should be allowed to come to completion and, at that time, the RCMP and the legal system should be brought to bear on the case. Until the scope is understood - and allegations verified - a commission of inquiry is simply jumping the gun.I still don't know where I stand. An Inquiry can compel testimony and evidence, something I'm not sure Elections Canada can do.
[h/t to Dave at "The Galloping Beaver."]