Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked on Wednesday how it felt being the first Prime Minister to be "found guilty of a federal crime".
"How do you deal with the haters?" asked someone in a crowd dominated by students from Western University. The issue was investigated by the ethics commissioner.
Trudeau's next town hall will be in Quebec City on January 18.
Trudeau was cited December 20 for running afoul of conflict rules by twice taking family and friends on vacation with the Aga Khan, and by failing to recuse himself later when question of funding one of the Aga Khan's charities came up on Parliament Hill.
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"What we saw through this situation was, yes, though I consider him to be a long-time family friend, the ethics commissioner points out, quite rightly, that there should be a higher bar for friendship for someone with the position and the responsibilities of the prime minister".
Both Trudeau and his finance minister, Bill Morneau, drew heat for the ways they managed family fortunes at a time their government proposed tax changes aimed at eliminating loop holes for small business, including professional corporation formed by doctors.
The Liberals also face daunting trade challenges with Canada's biggest trading partner.
But late yesterday, U.S. President Donald Trump hinted at a reprieve, telling the Wall Street Journal he would be "leaving it a little bit flexible" until the Mexican presidential election on July 1, though he repeated his threat to withdraw from NAFTA if he could not negotiate improvements for the U.S.
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It is the third in a series of six town halls, and comes as Trudeau holds a two-day retreat for his cabinet in the southwestern Ontario city.
The prime minister spoke briefly to reporters, but refused to answer questions as he entered the morning cabinet meeting at London Convention Centre, saying he was happy to be back in London.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland was grilled about the possibility of the US withdrawing from NAFTA.
Earlier this week, at a town hall in Hamilton, Trudeau dealt with a heckler who shouted about Canada's $10.5-million payout to Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen imprisoned and tortured in Guantanamo Bay.
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