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Canada will opt out of the US missile defence program, in a moveexpected to further strain relations with the United States. (Sydney Morning Herald — 25 February, 2005)
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Prime Minister Paul Martin said Thursday that Canada would opt out of the contentious U.S. missile defense program, a move that will further strain brittle relations between the neighbors but please Canadians who fear it could lead to an international arms race. (CNN — 25 February, 2005)
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Canada rejects US missile defence plan
Canada rejects US missile defence plan

Foreign Minister Pierre Pettigrew said Thursday that Canada will opt out of the contentious U.S. missile defense scheme, a move expected to further strain relations with the United States and please constituents at home. (MSNBC — 26 February, 2005)
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Canada said overnight it would not take part in the United States’ plans to deploy a missile defence shield covering North America. (The Australian — 25 February, 2005)
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Canada has turned down the Bush administration’s pleas to join its missile defence programme, dealing a further damaging blow to relations between the North American neighbours. (UK Telegraph — 26 February, 2005)
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Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was to meet Tuesday with Canadian diplomats over� Ottawa’s decision last week to opt out of an American-led anti-ballistic missile shield program. (MSNBC — 10 hours ago)
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Prime Minister Paul Martin said Thursday that Canada would not participate in a U.S. missile defense system, dealing a blunt rebuff to President Bush, who had personally lobbied for a partnership. (Washington Post — 25 February, 2005)
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A US navy missile over the Pacific intercepted a target missile which the military says is the fifth successful test of a system to shield North America The navy said the Standard Missile 3 (SM3) (ABC News — 26 February, 2005)
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