A closer look: The 11 people Wilson-Raybould said were involved in the SNC-Lavalin affair

Jody Wilson-Raybould on Wednesday detailed what she described as a “consistent and sustained effort” by federal officials to “politically interfere” in her role as attorney-general.

In her testimony before the House of Commons justice committee, the former justice minister and attorney-general said she was “hounded” to negotiate a settlement with SNC-Lavalin, the Quebec-based engineering giant facing charges of fraud and corruption.

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