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The Senate is resisting attempts by suspended Senator Mike Duffy’s lawyer to get a secret 2013 internal audit on the Upper Chamber’s expenses into court as possible evidence for questioning in Sen. Duffy’s trial on fraud, breach of trust, and bribery charges. A lawyer for Senate employees confirmed Monday that the Senate has claimed Parliamentary privilege over the document in an attempt to keep it secret, after Sen. Duffy’s lawyer Donald Bayne attempted to question a former head

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Lebanese envoy jumps into Ottawa’s cultural community

By Ally Foster    

While Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati welcomed Foreign Minister John Baird in Beirut on Aug. 10, the Lebanese head of mission in Ottawa was making preparations to welcome his family to their new home for the next few years.

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