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Podium - Ralph Nader / John Turner

In Toronto, Ont., United States presidential candidate Ralph Nader delivers a speech about Canada’s potential international leadership role, especially in the corporate sector, June 4, 2003. He addresses a variety of issues, including economic disparity in both Canada and the U.S., health care as a civic obligation, and the importance of implementing sustainable business practices.

At St. Jerome’s University in Waterloo, Ont., former prime minister John Turner gives a speech as part of the conference “The Hidden Pierre Trudeau,” May 9, 2003. In his speech, Mr. Turner reflects on the life and career of former prime minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau, discussing Mr. Trudeau’s views on faith and politics, focusing on issues relating to homosexuality and abortion.

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