Liberal Leader John Turner has often brushed aside suggestions that he lacks the support of some of his party’s most influential members. Last week, Turner even joked about the dissension within his party while attending a caucus meeting in St. John’s, Nfld.
As a card-carrying nationalist, it is very hard to embarrass this humble scribbler about my own country. I mean, I rank right up there with Margaret Atwood and Jack McClelland and Walter Gordon and Mel Hurtig in beating the breast and brandishing the Maple Leaf.By Allan Fotheringham4 min
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