NewsTrudeau apologizes for Aga Khan trip SHARE ON: Ashley Roberts, staff Wednesday, Dec. 20th, 2017OTTAWA, ON- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke conflict of interest rules with his Christmas vacation to the Bahamas. Federal Ethics Commissioner Mary Dawson has said the law prohibits a minister from accepting gifts that could influence government decisions. Trudeau and his family visited the private island of the Aga Khan last year. Dawson says the exemption of a friend giving gift doesn’t apply. Trudeau posted an apology for the breach of rules on Twitter, and said he “would be taking all precautions” in the future.