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[4:06:00 PM] shreya2010: question: Helping my brother Mohammad. What was foreign policy of canada in 1950's and 1970's.We are not sure what policy was. 1950's canada policy was to stay with u.s no matter what lend hand whenever they ask.
and in 1970, it be to be independent on ownself? canada not support anyone in fights.

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    Canada didn't stay with the U.S. on everything. It didn't support the U.S. in the Vietnam War, although it did support the U.S. on the North American defense line in northern Canada.

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