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LIVE: Fortier testifies on Parliament renovations

Ottawa : Canada | Nov 16, 2010 at 6:23 AM PST
Source: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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Liveblogging the West Block construction controversy at Gov't Ops Well, this could turn out to be a lively outing for the Government Ops gang.   Not only is former public works minister/senator/Conservative candidate turned Royal Bank executive Michael Fortier on the witness list for this morning's... FULL ARTICLE AT Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
 
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