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PM plans to release the Clark report

anon — November 1984

OTTAWA — During the October 21 meeting with Peace Petition Caravan Campaign representatives, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney indicated that the Clark report on disarmament would be released soon.

The report, which was compiled earlier this year by the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark, is based on a series of public meetings Clark held in cities across Canada.

Some sources have indicated that the report may include a call for a limited freeze of nuclear weapons, which is contrary to NATO policy.

The document was to be released in August, and several prominent Canadians have called for its release in the months since then, including former United Church moderator the Very Rev. Lois Wilson.

According to Wilson, releasing the report would open the door for a review of Canada’s defense policy.

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