The first topic should be each party’s vision of the broad strokes underpinning Canadian foreign policy in the 21st century.
Canadian flags fly on Parliament Hill, May 9, 2014.
Peggy Mason Published: Wednesday, 09/16/2015 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Saturday, 09/26/2015 3:31 pm EDT
Ed's note: We're asking different contributors what they would like discussed at the Sept. 28 Munk Debate on Canada’s Foreign Policy in Toronto. Have something to say? Send in your own thoughts to email@example.com.
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