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Gloria Galloway

Parliamentary reporter

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Harper declines to explain apparent incongruity in Duffy story

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper is dodging an apparent incongruity between his own narrative around the repayment of Senator Mike Duffy’s questionable living expenses and an e-mail written by Nigel Wright, Mr. Harper’s former chief of staff, who dipped into his own bank account to ensure that the money was refunded

Aug 13, 2015

Dissecting the Nigel Wright E-mails

Nigel Wright, former chief of staff to Stephen Harper, testified Wednesday as the star witness in the trial of Senator Mike Duffy. Mr. Wright quit the Prime Minister’s Office in May, 2013, after it was revealed he wrote a cheque to Mr. Duffy for $90,172.24 to reimburse taxpayers for questionable expense claims. The e-mails, tabled as evidence in the trial, offer a rare peek into the inner workings of the government nerve centre in the midst of a crisis

Aug 13, 2015

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Gloria Galloway has been a journalist for almost 30 years. She worked at the Windsor Star, the Hamilton Spectator, the National Post, the Canadian Press and a number of small newspapers before being hired by The Globe and Mail as deputy national editor in 2001. Gloria returned to reporting two years later and joined the Ottawa bureau in 2004. She has covered every federal election since 1997 and has done several stints in Afghanistan.

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