Former Chrétien-era minister Don Boudria to receive award from Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians Monday night
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Don Boudria, pictured with Liberal leader Justin Trudeau during the 2015 election campaign, will be honoured on Monday night in Ottawa.
The Hill Times file photograph
The Canadian Association of Former Parliamentarians (CAFP) is awarding the Distinguished Service Award on June 4 to former Liberal cabinet minister and MP Don Boudria, 68, who is now a lobbyist in Ottawa at Hill and Knowlton Strategies.
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