Foreign policy issues front and centre as Iggy electioneers

Foreign policy playing a central role in Canadian elections is about as rare as sushi in Saskatoon, but judging from Michael Ignatieff's speech yesterday, the coming election could buck the trend.

Jeff Davis
Published: Wednesday, 09/02/2009 12:00 am EDT

Foreign policy playing a central role in Canadian elections is about as rare as sushi in Saskatoon, but judging from Michael Ignatieff's speech yesterday, the coming election could buck the trend.

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