If federal government was open, Norman case wouldn’t be about disclosing secrets

Everyone should question whether the information about cabinet decisions that Vice-Admiral Norman allegedly shared really was secret, and therefore whether sharing that information should be included as evidence of his alleged breach of trust.

Navy commander Vice-Admiral Mark Norman on March 8 2016. He was later made vice-chief of defence staff, and then removed from that post in January 2016.The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia

PUBLISHED :Monday, June 19, 2017 12:00 AM

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