Ties to U.S. a Major Issue in Canadian Elections

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Canadians go to the polls next Monday to elect a new national government. During the intense five-week campaign, the United States has figured prominently, with candidates accusing each other of either being too close to the United States or of being anti-American. Richard Reynolds reports.



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