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New Brunswick hires ex-U.S. ambassador as special envoy in softwood tariff dispute

The Gallant government has appointed a former United States ambassador to Canada as New Brunswick's special envoy in the softwood lumber tariff dispute.

David Wilkins, who served from 2005 to 2009 during the George W. Bush administration, begins his one-year contract effective immediately, the government announced Friday.

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Source: CBC News

 
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