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Green Party Leader Elizabeth May reacts to the federal budget on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 21, 2013.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May reacts to the federal budget on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, March 21, 2013.
(Patrick Doyle/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Closing of government libraries might have violated the law, Elizabeth May says

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May says the Conservative government may have violated two laws as it consolidated and closed research libraries in at least three federal departments – in some cases discarding material that was deemed to be surplus or allowing anyone who saw value in it to take it home.