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Government bureaucrat Jack Dalgliesh warned government officials, including the finance minister, of the certain failure of Crocus Investment Fund in 2000. Only after Crocus crashed in 2004 did information about his earlier warnings surface.
"Everybody in the government knew it was going to blow, everybody who was involved with the file knew it was going to blow, and the NDP government was promoting it 18 months before it blew," Dalgliesh said in an interview with the National Post. "It's unbelievably nuts."
Almost immediately, his superiors pulled him from the Crocus case.
"I obviously was being invited to quit, after 20 years, without severance," he told CBC News. "As you might imagine, I was pretty intimidated — profoundly intimidated — at this point."
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