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The Crown prosecutor in suspended Senator Mike Duffy’s trial for alleged fraud and breach of trust over residency claims and travel expenses lost a bid on Wednesday to block Sen. Duffy’s lawyer from questioning a former Senate law clerk about the Upper Chamber’s guidelines for making expense claims. Former Senate law clerk Mark Audcent admitted under cross-examination that the Senate had no definition of primary and secondary residence when Sen. Duffy was appointed to the Upper Chamber five

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New Haitian envoy pushes investment, diaspora relations

By Sneh Duggal    

The 7.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Haiti more than two years ago lasted 35 seconds, but to the country's new diplomat in Ottawa, it felt like an eternity.

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