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By Compiled From Wire Service Dispatches With Analysis From Monitor Correspondents Around The World, Edited By Cheryl Sullivan / July 18, 1983

The Canadian government's decision to allow testing of the US cruise missile brought 300 anti-cruise demonstrators out into the streets of Regina, capital of Saskatchewan. Some politicians criticized the government for allowing the tests before making certain that any crashes by the unarmed missiles would not jeopardize people living along the flight path in Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, or the Northwest Territories.

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