The former justice minister and attorney general, who resigned from cabinet last week, has sought legal advice from former Supreme Court justice Thomas Cromwell amid questions over the SNC-Lavalin controversy.
Opposition MPs are livid that no one from Justin Trudeau's office has been called to answer for their alleged roles in the affair.
On Sept. 5, Wilson-Raybould met with the PM's former right hand man Gerry Butts at Ottawa's historic Chateau Laurier hotel.
Yet, whatever Trudeau heard, it can't have been too bad or he would not have sanctioned the witness invitation to the justice committee.
The newspaper reported she was pressured to help SNC-Lavalin avoid a criminal prosecution on bribery and corruption charges related to government contracts in Libya.
The NDP had sponsored a motion in the House calling for a public inquiry, supported by the Conservatives.
Trudeau has acknowledged there were conversations with her about the case, but that he told her the decision was hers to make, and she was not being directed to do anything.
As part of these examinations, Trudeau said he welcomes Wilson Raybould testifying before the House Justice Committee.
She maintains she still needs to clarify what she can and cannot say, given the restrictions imposed by solicitor-client privilege covering her former position as the country's attorney general, but she has agreed to appear before the justice committee.
Trudeau has rejected the allegations in the Globe's report but the accusations have cost him his principal secretary and close friend, Gerald Butts, who resigned Monday despite denying he pressured Wilson-Raybould.
Veteran MP John McKay sounded like a kid that had been ordered to eat his Brussel sprouts as he said, "Everything's fine", while leaving the caucus meeting.
"There will be nobody from the Prime Minister's Office at this", he said.
Court documents show the Director of Public Prosecutions told the engineering and construction giant last September 4 about its decision not to proceed with negotiations towards a remediation agreement to help SNC-Lavalin avoid bribery and fraud charges.
"Very respectful", said Liberal MP Marc Miller when asked about the reception Wilson-Raybould received in caucus.
As Liberal MPs exited their caucus meeting Wednesday, Lametti was asked again about whether his advice will come before she's set to testify, and he would not comment. It can not and should not take one moment away from the vital work the prime minister and his office is doing for all Canadians.
Citing stories that emerged over the weekend that quoted unnamed government sources about Wilson-Raybould being "difficult to get along with", the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs called it an "attempt to save face and initiate damage control about the purported wrongdoings of your office by attacking and discrediting a prominent Indigenous woman".
"The prime minister has kept (Wilson-Raybould) silent in order to protect himself", Scheer alleged. Wilson-Raybould will say her piece - and the Liberals appear to have already concluded they can live with that testimony.
He said he planned to do the same when he saw Jody Wilson-Raybould sitting on the government front-benches before question period on Tuesday.
Trudeau is in no immediate danger, since Canadian political leaders are elected by party members at formal conventions and can not be sacked after a snap vote by parliamentarians, as is the case in Britain and Australia. It could come up for debate Wednesday but a Senate official said given the schedule it is most likely not to be heard now until Thursday.