Mary Dawson says Nigel Wright improperly used his position in the Prime Minister's Office to further the senator's private interests.
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The 308-page ruling offered blistering criticism of the PMO.
The senator aims to keep some of his diary entries private.
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"Nigel will make the arrangements.''
"I basically had a lost decade."
The testimony included some details about his personal life.
"Last week, I voted in an advance poll for change,'' said Benjamin Perrin.
Duffy's name came up once again on the campaign as Harper made his first visit Thursday to the island.
The trial provided an in-depth look into the inner workings of the powerful PMO.
To Canadians, Stephen Harper has been vague about what he did know about the plan to repay Senator Mike Duffy's Senate expenses and clear only about what he didn't know. Even with what Stephen Harper did know, the story keeps changing. The entire mess has become Canada's Watergate.
The trial is likely to become even more sticky for the Conservative campaign, as two key lawyers are expected to testify on the negotiations inside Harper's office around repayment of the senator's expenses.
He was right about things ending badly.
Wright's testimony is a key moment for the trial and ongoing election campaign.
Nigel Wright, Stephen Harper's former chief of staff and the man who provided Mike Duffy with $90,000 to repay his disallowed expenses, takes the witness stand Wednesday at the embattled senator's trial.