Judge Laments Gov’t ‘Inertia’

An exasperated Nunavut judge has cited a senior federal agency, the Privy Council Office, for “bureaucratic inertia” over extraordinary delays in what’s become the longest-running litigation in territorial history: ‘Seven years later they had not even started to review documents’.

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