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Profile: Swords brings crisis management experience to Aboriginal Affairs

News | ALYSSA O'DELL
Published: Monday, 03/09/2015 2:38 pm EDT
© NATO photo
Aboriginal Affairs deputy minister Colleen Swords, second from the left in the bottom row, at a 2008 NATO meeting of foreign ministers in Brussels. At the time she was assistant deputy minister in the Foreign Affairs international security branch.

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