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Some 48 per cent think feds will go ahead with F-35 fighter jets, despite Cabinet’s decision to compare costs: Forum Research poll

Belief that the fix is in for the F-35 is highest among the young, the least wealthy, Quebec, and the Prairies, as well as among Liberal, and NDP supporters.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pictured in this file photo, and his Cabinet have not rescinded or amended their June, 2010, Cabinet decision to acquire a fleet of 65 F-35 stealth fighter jets, which, although several dozen operational aircraft have been produced, are still in testing and development stages with costs continuing to rise.

 

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Some 48 per cent think feds will go ahead with F-35 fighter jets, despite Cabinet’s decision to compare costs: Forum Research poll

Belief that the fix is in for the F-35 is highest among the young, the least wealthy, Quebec, and the Prairies, as well as among Liberal, and NDP supporters.

The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pictured in this file photo, and his Cabinet have not rescinded or amended their June, 2010, Cabinet decision to acquire a fleet of 65 F-35 stealth fighter jets, which, although several dozen operational aircraft have been produced, are still in testing and development stages with costs continuing to rise.

 

  

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Friday, March 27, 2015
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Broadbent Institute Progress Summit 2015 - Opening reception March 26, 2015

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Ed Broadbent

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Rick Smith, Robin Sears, Ed Broadbent, Rogers' Ken Whyte.

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Earnscliffe's Robin Sears

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Broadbent Institute executive director Rick Smith

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