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Ex-aide to Canada PM denies pressuring former minister over SNC-Lavalin

Reuters Wednesday, 6 March 2019
A former key aide to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday denied he had inappropriately pressured a cabinet minister, in comments that could help ease a political crisis for the ruling Liberals ahead of an October election.
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