Canadian News Sep 25, 2019 4:06 PM EST

Where each party stands on the Safe Third Country Agreement

The 2002 Safe Third Country Agreement (STCA) with the United States has become a hot button issue for the Canadian federal election. Different perspectives abound – ranging from abolition to strengthening the deal.

Where each party stands on the Safe Third Country Agreement
Wyatt Claypool Montreal, QC
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