WHEN BRIAN MULRONEY LEFT OFFICE IN JUNE, 1993, HIS popularity was the lowest of any Canadian prime minister since pollsters began measuring that in the mid-1950s. For many Canadians, it was the persistent reports of scandal, patronage and lavish spending during Mulroney’s nine years in power that soured them on the prime minister and his party.By STEVIE CAMERON17 min
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