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Sunday, October 31, 2004

Crosbie on Canada's growing irrelevance

John Crosbie has a great column in the Sun today on the nothingness that is Canada on the world stage. Now, Prime Minister Paul Martin is trying to change that, although Crosbie doesn't find him too effective: "[T]hree days after Parliament reopens, following an election that took place over three months ago, the PM meanders morosely about Europe, trying to look like a relevant world leader but actually looking mopish and a misfit." Ouch. Now Martin knows what it feels like to be Sheila Copps.

Posted by Paul Tuns on October 31, 2004 in Canadian Politics | Permalink


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