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Battle not over

anon — July 1983

Qu├ębec MP Warren Allmand has said “… I encourage Canadians to continue their campaign, to continue their lobbying. The battle to stop this weapons testing in still on and until they actually sign the cruise missile agreement, we’re going to keep pushing.”

He feels the government may be influenced by recent statements made by Canada’s chairman of NATO’s military committee, Admiral Robert Falls, who has said publicly that the West could unilaterally reduce its nuclear arsenal without affecting deterrence.

According to Allmand, several cabinet ministers are arguing against the cruise testing.

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