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She was ordered to repay the termination and severance pay given to her sister once her employment in the constituency office ended.
Both the Tories and Liberals have claimed the other side is “playing games.”
The party has said they will call on Zita Astravas and Elder Marques to testify in the coming days.
The military and Trudeau government have long pledged to take allegations of sexual misconduct seriously.
Teachers, retail workers and others unable to work from home will be offered doses starting in April.
The defence minister refused to say when he learned of misconduct claims against Canada's former top soldier.
Once the pandemic is under control, Dominic LeBlanc says the federal government is willing to negotiate recurring health care transfers.
The Manitoba premier recounted the story at a news conference about health care.
Taking neighbourhood into account would save 10 per cent more lives, scientists say.
Former ombudsman Gary Walbourne said he had a "hostile" meeting with the defence minister.