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Latvia’s new envoy left film for foreign affairs

By Avinash Gavai    

Life may have turned out quite differently for Latvia's new ambassador to Canada if economic conditions had been different.

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OTTAWA—John Baird has had only one job in his life and as a lifelong politician who chewed on politics every waking hour he could certainly do electoral math. And if Baird could not see another majority for Stephen Harper, neither could he see a renewal of his self-described “dream job” as foreign affairs minister, either in the more confining world of a minority government or under a new leader, or certainly, in opposition. Maybe. It’s the only half-plausible

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