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Justice Minister and Attorney-General of Canada Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks in the House of Commons, in Ottawa, on April 19, 2018.Justin Tang/The Canadian Press

Former Liberal cabinet minister Jody Wilson-Raybould is set to publish a political memoir that’s promising to shed new light on her final controversial days in the Trudeau government.

HarperCollins Canada says it has acquired the rights to the former Liberal justice minister’s book, titled “Indian” in the Cabinet: Speaking Truth to Power.

The publisher says the memoir will detail why Ms. Wilson-Raybould got into federal politics, her experience as an Indigenous leader at the cabinet table and how she moved forward following the SNC-Lavalin affair.

Ms. Wilson-Raybould’s three years in cabinet came to an end in early 2019 after a clash over how a potential criminal case against SNC-Lavalin should be handled.

That head-butting exploded into a political scandal for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, ultimately leading to Ms. Wilson-Raybould’s resignation as a minister, and she now sits as an independent.

Her political memoir, set for release in October, is her second book.

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