Jane Philpott: Parliament Is "The Most Dysfunctional Place I’ve Ever Worked In My Life"
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Jane Philpott: Parliament Is “The Most Dysfunctional Place I’ve Ever Worked In My Life”
She and Jody Wilson-Raybould sit down with OPPO

Standing in front of Rideau Hall, on a crisp November day in 2015, freshly-elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a big promise.

“Government by cabinet is back,” he told a throng of assembled reporters.

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