Canada Votes 2004 - Iraq - The Homefront

Posted on Wednesday, January 18 at 10:55 by jensonj
Joe Clark, who was leader of the Progressive Conservative party at the time, said the government was being “dangerously ambiguous.” “No one knows where Canada stands. Our allies don’t know, our citizens don’t know, Chrétien’s own government doesn’t know,” he said. The NDP was supportive of the Liberal government’s position of waiting for the UN to make a decision on Iraq, but party leader Alexa McDonough eventually got frustrated with Chrétien’s vacillations.


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