Mulroney to speak at event honouring Nelson Mandela
By Neil MossOct. 29, 2018
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Nelson and Winnie Mandela and Mila and Brian Mulroney, pictured June 18, 1990, on Parliament Hill. Mr. Mulroney will speak at an event in honour of Nelson Mandela in November. The Hill Times photograph by Jim Creskey
Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first black president who led the fight against apartheid and became an international inspiration, will be the focus of a seminar at Global Affairs Canada in November.
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