John McKay and Anju Dhillon join Navy in the Arctic for more than just iceberg watching
By Neil MossSep. 3, 2018
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Liberal MP John McKay travelled with the Navy to the Arctic to look into the dangers threatening Canadian sovereignty. 'Canadians absolutely have no idea what the Canadian military does for them on a daily basis,' he said. Photograph courtesy of Twitter
Liberal MP John McKay spent three days at sea off the coast of Nunavut in mid-August to check in on Canada’s defence of its Arctic sovereignty.
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