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Polar Sea annoyance

Leonard Legault, legal adviser with Canada's Department of External Affairs, answers questions about the recent sovereignty controversy.
Medium: Radio
Program: As It Happens
Broadcast Date: Aug. 2, 1985
Guest(s): Leonard Legault
Host: Alan Maitland, Walter Stewart
Duration: 7:46

Last updated: May 3, 2013

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