Trudeau: Canada demonstrates commitment to NATO
Canada is demonstrating its commitment to NATO in ways that go beyond simple military spending, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.
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"There are many ways of evaluating one's contribution to NATO."
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Canada is demonstrating its commitment to NATO by contributing troops and leading a multinational NATO
The Trudeau government won praise Monday along with some European allies who have chosen to put more into their militaries, despite only promising to increase defence spending by a whisker in the curr
Canadians have long enjoyed the security and comfort of belonging to NATO: a robust military alliance that won the cold war. Today, Canada, a founding member of NATO, is in default of our treaty...
BERLIN - Canada is demonstrating its commitment to NATO in ways that go beyond simple military spending,
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Obama pushed Canada to contribute more to the alliance.
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