OTTAWA — The Liberal government has had dozens of web pages from Stephen Harper’s days as prime minister deleted from Google search results.
The Privy Council Office requests for deletion from Google began last Nov. 4, the day the Trudeau government took office and continued into January.
Documents tabled in the Commons in response to a written question from Conservative MP Candice Bergen detail the deletion requests.
The PCO says the material itself was neither deleted nor destroyed and remains available through Library and Archives Canada.
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