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Nigel Wright, Stephen Harper's chief of staff, is pictured in 2010. Mr. Wright has stepped down from his position in the midst of a scandal surrounding his $90,000 payment to Senator Mike Duffy over the latter's improper housing expenses. (Chris Wattie/Reuters)

Nigel Wright, Stephen Harper's chief of staff, is pictured in 2010. Mr. Wright has stepped down from his position in the midst of a scandal surrounding his $90,000 payment to Senator Mike Duffy over the latter's improper housing expenses.

(Chris Wattie/Reuters)

Read the RCMP's documents on Nigel Wright's cheque to Duffy Add to ...

The RCMP is alleging that the Prime Minister’s former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, might have breached the criminal code when he made a secret $90,000 payment to Senator Mike Duffy in a bid to put a lid on a spending scandal. Read the full story.

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