In fairness, how many of us remember Paul Martin? - Macleans.ca

In fairness, how many of us remember Paul Martin?

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The government begins to detail its side of the Suaad Hagi Mohamud story.

The documents allege she lacked knowledge about Toronto, where she had lived for 10 years. She couldn’t name Lake Ontario, and even though she took public transit to work, she had trouble explaining the acronym TTC, the Toronto Transit Commission.

She didn’t know that the acronym for her Toronto workplace, ATS, stood for Andlauer Transportation Services. She also couldn’t name the current or previous prime minister and was unable to describe in any detail how she obtained her driver’s licence.