OTTAWA—Last week, there were numerous twists and turns in the legal tribulations of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman. Formerly Canada’s second-highest-ranking military officer, Vice-Admiral Norman was relieved of his duties in January 2017 and subsequently charged with a single count of breach of trust. The charge stems from the allegation that Vice-Admiral Norman leaked information about a shipbuilding contract to an acquaintance at Davie Shipyard and to a journalist at the CBC. He denies any wrongdoing.
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