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Former MP David Kilgour Returns to Edmonton for Screening of ‘Human Harvest’

Speakers and audience members engage in a panel discussion following the screening of “Human Harvest” at the University of Alberta on April 28, 2016. (Shar Chen/Epoch Times)
Speakers and audience members engage in a panel discussion following the screening of “Human Harvest” at the University of Alberta on April 28, 2016. (Shar Chen/Epoch Times)

The last few days of April were busy ones for David Kilgour, the now-retired longtime Edmonton MP and former secretary of state for Asia-Pacific. He...




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