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Gerda Munsinger is shown in this March 15, 1966 file photo. Munsinger, an alleged spy for Russiaês KGB, shared the bed of Conservative defence minister Pierre Sevigny for three years at the end of the 1950s - a troubling arrangement that was brought to the attention of prime minister John Diefenbaker, who quietly buried it. (CP Picture Archive/CP/CP Picture Archive/CP)
Gerda Munsinger is shown in this March 15, 1966 file photo. Munsinger, an alleged spy for Russiaês KGB, shared the bed of Conservative defence minister Pierre Sevigny for three years at the end of the 1950s - a troubling arrangement that was brought to the attention of prime minister John Diefenbaker, who quietly buried it. (CP Picture Archive/CP/CP Picture Archive/CP)

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