November 2, 2012

U.S. Vote Means Little to Canadians

Barbara Yaffe, Calgary Herald

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Canadians won’t see much change in Canada-U.S. relations no matter who squeaks by the presidential finish line first in next Tuesday’s vote. Few cross-border irritants are at play these days in the crucial bilateral relationship. And Prime Minister Stephen Harper would probably get along with Republican contender Mitt Romney as well as he does with Barack Obama.

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