National News Trudeau denies Justice Minister shuffle related to SNC-Lavalin; School buses could soon have cameras in Ontario SHARE ON: James Bowler, contributor, Thursday, Feb. 28th, 2019 Trudeau grilled on SNC-Lavalin testimony by Jody Wilson-Raybould Justin Trudeau denies he shuffled Jody Wilson-Raybould for refusing to help SNC-Lavalin. The PM’s announcement on space investment was hijacked by questions about recent testimony from the former Justice Minister. She claimed the PMO pressured her to help the Canadian company reach a deal out of court. Trudeau says if Scott Brison didn’t resign, she would still be Justice Minister. Toronto attack suspect could face up to four months in trial: judge The trial for Alek Minassian could last up to four months. The timeline was confirmed during a court appearance ahead of Minassian’s early February trial next year. He was arrested after 10 people were killed and 16 injured when a van plowed into pedestrians in Toronto last year. Cameras could be coming to school buses to protect kids from impatient drivers The Ford Government may be adding a new element of security to Ontario’s school buses. Speaking with Newstalk 1010, the Transportation Minister says they’re looking at adding cameras to stop sign arms. The cameras would catch drivers who ignore the stop sign, which warns of children who may be crossing the street.