LIBERAL LEADER Michael Ignatieff sees Canada as a “great nation underperforming” (Interview, Feb. 16), and would like to accomplish “two or three” important things for our country in a decade. We are underperforming in many areas, and it would be more meaningful to acknowledge a few.
When he came to office, ex-president George W. Bush bucked tradition and chose Mexico over Canada as the destination for his first official foreign visit. Now, newly departed from the White House, Bush has elected to deliver his first confirmed post-presidential speech in Calgary.
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