Veterans Affairs Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould is privately prosecuting the SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution.
In a letter published on Tuesday, Wilson-Raybould says she has a hired former. Supreme Court judge Thomas Cromwell to tell her what she has to say.
Wilson-Raybould's letter does not say exactly what she's quitting. It does say she will continue to serve as a Vancouver-Granville MP for the riding.
The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau or his staff was forced to arrange a contract with SNC-Lavalin, the Montreal engineering and construction giant; relation to its efforts to win the district contracts in Libya.
Since then, Trudeau has denied he did any such thing. On Monday, he said in Vancouver that he was told by Wilson-Raybould.
Trudeau also said he had "full confidence" in Wilson-Raybould and suggested she had felt impotent pressure on her.
"Wilson-Raybould did not attend, unlike a handful of fellow. Liberals from the city.
Last month, Trudeau moved Wilson-Raybould Scott Brison's departure from politics, elevating David Lametti as her replacement. Wilson-Raybould moved to Veterans Affairs.
In her letter, the MP says that she is in a state of affairs. "I only wish I could have served you longer," she writes.
"When I sought federal elected office, it was with a goal of all kinds of politics," the letter says. "My resignation as a minister of the Crown. This work must and will carry on. "
She has her staff, officials and Canadians who supported her while in cabinet.
"Regardless of background, geography, or party affiliation, we must stand for our future," she writes.