Cuba Cancels Kent Visit as Conservatives Stick to Guns

When former prime minister Jean Chrétien met with Cuban leader Fidel Castro in 1998, the first item he put on the table was the release of political prisoners, but he did so discreetly and he chose his words carefully.

Michelle Collins
Published: Wednesday, 05/13/2009 12:00 am EDT

When former prime minister Jean Chrétien met with Cuban leader Fidel Castro in 1998, the first item he put on the table was the release of political prisoners, but he did so discreetly and he chose his words carefully.

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