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    New Duffy affair details could overshadow upcoming cabinet shuffle

    This week on The House, two former PMO insiders discuss new developments in the Mike Duffy affair and the upcoming Cabinet shuffle. And Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault looks at the effectiveness of Canada's Access To Information Act.

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