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Lynn Beyak

But the government is leaving the door open to possible expense account changes for Payette.
“I don’t forgive her,” the Indigenous services minister said.
Her last few years in the Senate had been mired in controversy.
She was ordered in 2019 to apologize and learn about racism. She failed at both.
Garnet Angeconeb says the senator's apology was not enough.
The scandal-prone senator said she realizes her actions were “wrong and ill-considered.”
The Independent senator faces possible suspension, again.
The Senate ethics committee thinks a suspension will make Beyak appreciate her role as a senator more.
Two of the three unfinished probes were launched in 2017.
The Ontario senator came under fire over comments made about residential schools.