The Canadian Press

2002-05-30 | Chretien-Speech

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Prime Minister Chretien admitted mistakes were made in the awarding of contracts, but he refused to apologize for efforts to embrace Quebec. Chretien told about 750 Liberals at a Winnipeg fundraiser he was proud of the results of money spent in Quebec following the 1995 referendum. He also said he wasn't ignoring ethical issues raised by those who say the money was misspent. Chretien said Canada was no longer on the brink of breaking up, and credited his government for that.

Date: 2002-05-30
Placeline: Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << there was a few million dollars that might have been stolen in the pros that it is possible but I many millions and millions of dollars that we have saved in the country because we have been established just stop in a day of Canada as a United country >>

Clip ID: 20020530CPCN004