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Do You Have a Vision for Canada's Future?

If you’re between the ages of 18 and 25 (and Canadian), then you only have until tomorrow to get in your videotaped interview to become “The Next Great Prime Minister” (of Canada).
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. will be airing the TV show on March 18, 2007 in which five finalists will be judged by four former Canadian prime ministers: Joe Clark (June 4, 1979-Mar. 2, 1980), Kim Campbell (June 25, 1993-Nov. 10, 1993), John Turner (June 30, 1984-Sept. 17, 1984), and Brian Mulroney (Sept. 17, 1984-June 24, 1993).

In its initial run earlier this year, political science student Deirdra McCracken was the winner.
(Website in English or French, bien sûr.)


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