Scandal-plagued Canadian PM Calls for Elections In a televised speech Thursday night, Canada's Prime Minister Paul Martin apologized to the country for a corruption scandal. He said that once an investigation into allegations of money laundering and kickbacks is complete, he will call for elections early next year.
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Scandal-plagued Canadian PM Calls for Elections

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Scandal-plagued Canadian PM Calls for Elections

Scandal-plagued Canadian PM Calls for Elections

Scandal-plagued Canadian PM Calls for Elections

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In a televised speech Thursday night, Canada's Prime Minister Paul Martin apologized to the country for a corruption scandal. He said that once an investigation into allegations of money laundering and kickbacks is complete, he will call for elections early next year.