minute meeting: I'm a friendly Manitoban looking to help in any way I can to restore a sense of faith in the future of our country, according to CTV. One such strategy Pallister alluded to was to turn the climate change debate on its head, making the issue a unifying force rather than what it has been so far -- a point of heated and often partisan division. I came in peace, Pallister said after a 45-minute meeting with Justin Trudeau in his Parliament Hill office. Fighting climate change is a unifying project, Pallister insisted while criticizing Trudeau for making it a wedge issue in the recent federal election. A prime minister should unite, he said. A political leader can divide. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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