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18 August 2010

Toronto Star (Ontario)

OTTAWA — A senior RCMP officer who was shuffled out as head of Canada's gun registry after publicly defending its usefulness is the latest civil servant to pay the price of running afoul of the Conservative government, critics charge. Chief Supt. Marty Cheliak is being sent for French language training, just a year after taking over as director of the RCMP's Canadian Firearms Program, which includes the controversial gun registry. The move comes ahead of a... (

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