Conservatives to Sidestep Indian Nukes for Trade

Relations between Canada and India have been bumpy, but now officials are hinting at a free trade deal and measures to address India's nuclear capacity.

Lee Berthiaume
Published: Wednesday, 12/06/2006 12:00 am EST

As Shyamala Cowsik, India's high commissioner to Canada, stared up at him from the auditorium's front row, Foreign Affairs parliamentary secretary Deepak Obhrai highlighted the four main principles that are not only shared by the two countries, but also upon which the Conservative government has built its foreign policy.

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