Canadian political leaders need to commit today to more and better aid

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World Animal Protection Photo
As the area suffered from severe drought, farmers brought their animals to man-made watering holes near Mwingi, Eastern Kenya, 2011.
Melissa Matlow
Published: Wednesday, 10/14/2015 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 10/20/2015 8:00 pm EDT

With less than a week until the federal election, Canadians have heard many promises and visions for the future from each of the parties. The economy is among the major issues this year. Regardless of political affiliations, one thing pretty much everyone can agree on is the importance of spending wisely.

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