Foreign Affairs Gets A Shrug

Only 1 percent of Canadians rate foreign affairs a top government priority, according to in-house research by the Privy Council Office. Voters were three times more likely to name the trade deficit than terrorism as a “threat” to the economy. The data was released just before last evening’s French-language leaders’ election debate on foreign policy: “It was the lack of good jobs that made them worry”.

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