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Michael Bryant is a former Ontario Cabinet Minister, former Attorney General, and Harvard-educated lawyer. Bryant is currently a Principal at Ishkonigan, a consulting and mediation firm owned and operated by former National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Phil Fontaine. It assists indigenous communities, governments and the private sector to do business together. He also teaches at the University of Toronto. Bryant lives with his two children in Toronto.
Couldn't finish this book. It's all about him. Name dropping, only the best for him. Could not stand it.Published 13 months ago by CJ
If you implicitly trust that the police are always right - think again! This true story of a personal and legal nightmare will keep you reading.Published 21 months ago by Leslie Winston
"28 Seconds" by Michael Bryant is a very easy read but at the same time, one cannot help but feel sorry for all the victims which include the bicyclist, his family and friends,... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2013 by Michael P. Maciuk
In the summer of 2009 Michael Bryant, the former attorney general of Ontario, was driving along a major downtown Toronto street when he and his wife were confronted by an... Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2012 by Craig Rowland