The House | Mar 29, 2014 | 50:54

Afghanistan: Was It Worth It?

This week on a special edition of The House, Evan Solomon looks at the impact and legacy of Canada's mission in Afghanistan. We ask if the past 12 years, the 158 Canadian lives lost, and the $12 billion spent were worth it.

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