Egan: Remembering John Nelligan, Ottawa's big-hearted legal giant

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John Nelligan started high school at age 10, when his peers were in Grade 5 or 6. It sounds impossible but, before the legal giant died Monday at the age of 97, he’d led an impossibly successful life, so often ahead of the curve. “He used to joke that he was the only one in […]

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