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Alberta's privacy commissioner Frank Work finds that Ted Morton did not use a secondary email in a bid to avoid public scrutiny, the CBC's John Archer reports
Alberta cabinet minister Ted Morton did not conceal or destroy emails to evade public scrutiny of those records, an independent investigation concludes.
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