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Reinstating Shoan ‘not in public interest’: AG

News | 09/06/2016 9:36 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Last week’s decision from a Federal Court judge setting aside an investigation and decision that former CRTC commissioner Raj Shoan committed workplace harassment should weigh heavily in his favour for granting a temporary reversal of his termination, the federal Appeal Court heard Tuesday.

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