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Harper trumpets Canada's international role even as our reputation declines

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There was a cute moment in last Monday's leaders' debate on foreign affairs. Stephen Harper, with the worst environmental policy in the developed world, was arguing that he actually had the best -- the most "responsible," "balanced," "transparent" and so on.

"He's always doing that!" an exasperated Justin Trudeau blurted out, but he couldn't nail him down.


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Munk Debates: Foreign affairs federal election debate

Monday, September 28, 2015 - 8:00pm


Toronto, ON
43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W

Conservative leader Stephen Harper, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and NDP leader Tom Mulcair will participate in a bilingual election debate sponsored by the Munk Debates in Toronto.

Trudeau has asked Green Party leader Elizabeth May be included.

The debate will focus on foreign affairs.

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