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What happened at Ottawa’s Spartan Bioscience?

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Spartan Bioscience is filing for creditor protection and laid off the majority of its staff, almost a year after landing a $74-million contract from the federal government to produce rapid COVID-19 testing kits. Here’s what you need to know about the company’s fall from grace. 

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