The Current | Apr 15, 2013 | 24:56

Has Canada's international reputation gone South?

You may have sensed Canada's oil industry is not widely admired abroad. Has it hurt our international reputation? The Reputation Institute says we're still held in high esteem. Today we look at if Canada really is the unpopular kid in the world class.

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