Can’t Recall 1980s Spying On Unions, Says Former Minister

A Mulroney-era solicitor general says he can’t remember ordering a federal spy agency to put political opponents under surveillance. Secret files indicate cabinet had agents spy on unions, peace groups and critics including the Council of Canadians in the 1980s: “What business is it of the state?”

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