More than 200 federal officials involved in fighter jets forced to sign lifetime gag orders

OTTAWA—The Liberal government is facing questions over why more than 200 federal civil servants involved in replacing Canada’s aging fighter jet fleet have been forced to swear not to discuss the project for the rest of their lives.

The permanent non-disclosure agreements were implemented in January but only revealed in records tabled in the House of Commons this week in response to a question from the opposition Conservatives.

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