Former NDP MP pursuing Heritage Canada/Netflix suit as a private citizen 

MONTREAL - Francois Choquette (above), the former NDP MP who sued Canadian Heritage and the Official Languages commissioner over the Liberal government's 2017 $500 million Netflix deal, said he has been pursuing his legal action as a private citizen. “I’m taking this case as a private citizen since the beginning,” the former Official Languages critic for the party told on Tuesday. “Nobody has funded me, I’m doing it on my own and I’m representing myself.” That appears to run counter to a press release on the NDP website from April -- when the legal challenge was filed and when...

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