Opinion

Canada turns back on UN plan to ban nuclear arms

At the very moment Canadian leadership was once more needed, the country took a dive.

Tariq Rauf, left, who specializes in nuclear disarmament, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, 'seems disengaged on nuclear arms control.' UN photograph by Amanda Voisard and Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By DOUGLAS ROCHE

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016 12:00 AM

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