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Scrums - October 24, 2011


Liberal Leader Bob Rae discussed the concerns over the introduction of Sharia law in Libya and the $5.50 tariff for Canadian travellers entering the United States by air or sea.

NDP Justice critic Jack Harris also discussed his concerns over Sharia law in Libya.

NDP Canadian Wheat Board critic Pat Martin spoke to reporters on the potential conflict of interest involving several Conservative MPs and the Canadian Wheat Board legislation.

NDP International Trade critic Robert Chisholm commented on the $5.50 tariff for Canadian travellers and his leadership aspirations.


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