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Comparing the Reports of the Ontario Law Reform Commission and the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee


“On 18 June 1985, after more than four decades in power, the provincial Progressive Conservative government was defeated in a vote of no confidence. In its place and with the support of the NDP, David Peterson’s Liberals formed a minority government. When the government was sworn in on 26 June, Ian Scott was appointed attorney general. Scott had helped to negotiate the accord with the NDP that made the Liberal victory possible and was one of Peterson’s right-hand ministers, part of an inner circle that had an important influence on the premier.”


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