The Canadian Press

2010-10-25 | Veterans-Privacy-Apology

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The Harper government apologized to a veterans advocate for a smear campaign against him. In the Commons on October 25th, Veteran Affairs Minister Jean-Pierre Blackburn spoke about the Sean Bruyea case, and said he had taken action to fix problems in his department over the handling of veterans' private information. (Bruyea's medical information was dropped into a ministerial briefing note in March, 2006. Bruyea said the apology was welcomed, but heads still needed to roll for the extraordinary invasion of his privacy.)

Date: 2010-10-25
Placeline: Ottawa, ON, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 37 seconds

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