FREELAND: CANADA READY TO HELP CITIZENS IN U.S. IN EVENT OF POST-ELECTION UNREST

Nov 03, 2020

By Bob Komsic

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Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says it’s up to Americans to decide who will lead them, and up to the federal government to deal with whoever voters select.
However, there are some political observers of the presidential election who expect late-counted ballots could mean the outcome is still uncertain by the end of the night.
The fear is it may potentially lead to civil unrest.
Freeland says Ottawa has plans and will be ready no matter what happens.
”It is absolutely a responsibility of our government to be there for Canadians outside our country and we’ll be there for them too,” said the deputy prime minister.
A new poll from Leger and the Association of Canadian Studies found three-quarters of those surveyed are worried Donald Trump will not accept defeat.
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