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Scrums - February 5, 2013


Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird speaks to reporters about Canada's connection to a deadly bus bombing in Bulgaria last July. He also discusses new measures to combat the corruption and bribery of foreign officials.

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair, NDP foreign affairs critic Paul Dewar, and interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae comment on the anti-corruption measures.

Mulcair, Rae, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, and Bloc Québécois Leader Daniel Paillé react to the final report from Environment Commissioner Scott Vaughan.

Mulcair and Rae respond to questions about senators' proof of residency.

Mulcair and Paillé comment on yesterday's ruling that Air Canada must keep its heavy-maintenance operations in Montreal open.


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