Canadians Balk at War with Iraq A growing impasse between Canada and the United States on the need for a war with Iraq raises deeper questions about joint security arrangements. Canada is a solid supporter of the war on terrorism, but Canadians question the potential military effort to unseat Saddam Hussein. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.

Canadians Balk at War with Iraq

Canadians Balk at War with Iraq

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A growing impasse between Canada and the United States on the need for a war with Iraq raises deeper questions about joint security arrangements. Canada is a solid supporter of the war on terrorism, but Canadians question the potential military effort to unseat Saddam Hussein. NPR's Jackie Northam reports.