Talk:Canada's Afghan mission in question

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This notice is a friendly reminder that help is needed for this article. Thank you. FellowWikiNews (W) 01:56, 7 September 2006 (UTC)


It is not even remotely clear what news is in this article. The title implies that there is some political or legal event or series of events that has a good chance of resulting in a Canadian withdrawl from the Afgahn mission. But when one reads the aritcle, it doesn;t contain any information to that effect. Is there some pending legislation or execuative move that is imminant that will require the withdrawl from Afgahnistan? What is this article about? Is it that some feel the Prime Minister can't articulate very well why Canada is there? What is the relevance of mentioning the Canadian radio show? The headline makes a substantial implication that the body of the article doesn't come close to backing up.

How about a title change? FellowWikiNews (W) 00:08, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
There is no news here. From reading the source, "Susan Delacourt" of the Toronto Star didn't like the PM's radio address, and published what is really editorial opinion in the form of a news article. It's POV, not relevant, and not newsworthy. TRWBW 01:12, 8 September 2006 (UTC)


Yup agreed, looks like an opinion piece.