CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 16, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(Quebec City, Canada) Prospects of improved US-Canada relations with President Reagan and Prime Min. Brian Mulroney's summit here examined. [PEOPLE - comment.] [Johns Hopkins Univ. president Charles DORAN - explains Canadian attitude toward relations with US.] Role of acid rain issue in US-Canadian relations discussed. [MULRONEY - feels Canada should correct its own pollution problems before expecting concessions from others.] [Assistant secretary state Richard BURT - reiterates United States position on acid rain.] [Parliament member Charles CACCIA (Central Intelligence Agency) - hopes Mulroney's approach succeeds with Reagan.]
REPORTER: Jacqueline Adams
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