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St. Germain operated like a street cop, walking Hill’s the hallways and cornering MPs to smoke out any signs of unrest

Gerry St. Germain, the former Progressive Conservative MP, Senator, and first Métis cabinet minister, was a crucial behind-the-scenes fixer for prime minister Brian Mulroney and his majority governing caucus. Mr. Mulroney picked him to chair his massive national caucus.

By PETER O’NEIL

PUBLISHED : Monday, Nov. 28, 2016 12:00 AM

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