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Daniel Leblanc.

(Brigitte Bouvier/Brigitte Bouvier)

Daniel Leblanc

Parliamentary reporter

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Senate would have nixed Duffy contracts if they knew more, trial told

Mr. Duffy pleaded not guilty last week to 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust and bribery in relation to his living and travel expenses, contracts awarded by his office, and a $90,000 payment that he received in 2013 to pay back his controversial expenses from the Prime Minister’s former chief of staff, Nigel Wright

Apr 13, 2015

Crown invokes Justin Bieber in Mike Duffy trial

The Crown is alleging that Mr. Duffy was an Ottawa resident and did not meet the qualifications to represent PEI when he was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Apr 10, 2015

Defence argues Mike Duffy’s trips were for Tory business

Duffy’s lawyer, Donald Bayne, has launched an extensive cross-examination of Audcent, and gotten him to acknowledge on a number of occasions that the rules on the issues of residency, as well as what constitutes partisan activities, were vague and ill-defined

Apr 09, 2015

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Daniel Leblanc studied political science at the University of Ottawa and journalism at Carleton University. He became a full-time reporter in 1998, first at the Ottawa Citizen and then in the Ottawa bureau of The Globe and Mail. While he likes the occasional brown envelope, he is also open to anonymous emails.

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