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Second Canadian cabinet minister resigns over SNC-Lavalin scandal

Reuters Monday, 4 March 2019
Canada's President of the Treasury Board resigned from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet on Monday, the second minister to leave in the wake of a political scandal that has roiled Trudeau's tenure months before an October election.
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In a major blow to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just months before a federal election, a second member of his cabinet resigned on Monday over an escalating political scandal. Michelle Hennessy reports.

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