The NDP’s take on Canada’s foreign policy priorities

Opposition foreign affairs critic highlights conflict prevention, strengthening NGOs and multilateral institutions, climate change leadership, women’s empowerment; offers hints on trade and development policy.

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Opposition foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar speaks at a debate among NDP leadership candidates last year.
Paul Dewar
Published: Monday, 10/15/2012 11:27 pm EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 10/17/2012 3:22 am EDT

The following is an excerpt from the prepared text of a speech Opposition foreign affairs critic and NDP MP Paul Dewar made at an event held by the Canadian International Council’s Toronto branch and Davis LLP on Oct. 10. Embassy received the speech from Mr. Dewar’s office. It has been edited for style.

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