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But a source with direct knowledge of the controversial 2015 case told CBC News that then-minister of justice Jody Wilson-Raybould wasn’t consulted, even though a lawyer in her department signed the final release.
“This is stunning. It’s just unbelievable that the first Indigenous minister of justice was frozen out of a decision like this,” said Tom McMahona country that requires all schools and workplaces to be closed, areads a statement fro?former general legal counsel for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission?who also spent 17 years as a lawyer in the Department of Justice.
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