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Canada Is Ready For Attacking Zombies

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Canada Is Ready For Attacking Zombies

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Canada Is Ready For Attacking Zombies

Canada Is Ready For Attacking Zombies

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released "Preparedness 101." It's a tongue-in-cheek guide in case of a zombie pandemic. A Canadian member of parliament asked the foreign minister how his country is preparing. The foreign minister replied, "Canada will never become a safe haven for zombies ever!"

LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Linda Wertheimer. This summer, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Preparedness 101, a just-in-case guide for of a zombie pandemic. Yesterday, a Canadian parliament member asked the foreign minister how his country's preparing for zombies. The foreign minister said he's dedicated to the proposition that...

(SOUNDBITE OF PARLIAMENT SESSION)

JOHN BAIRD: Canada will never become a safe haven for zombies, ever.

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Here, here!

WERTHEIMER: It's MORNING EDITION.

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