How Jody Wilson-Raybould went from Trudeau’s poster child to his biggest worry
Jody Wilson-Raybould was a star Liberal candidate in her Vancouver riding, and she brought an impressive resume as a former B.C. Crown prosecutor, treaty commissioner and First Nations regional chief. It’s a resume that swept the political rookie into Justin Trudeau’s cabinet in 2015. But last month, she lost her job as justice minister, and today she gave up her job as veterans affairs minister. So what went wrong?
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