Evening Brief: Cabinet minister Jim Carr diagnosed with cancer

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Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by GovGuide. Be prepared when the new MPs arrive in Ottawa. Access profiles on all new and returning MPs and Senators, lobbying data and events calendar.  Learn more about it or click here to request a FREE TRIAL. Good evening, readers. The Lead International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr revealed […]

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