Canada is prepared to freeze Saudi arms deal if weapons misused, Trudeau says

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Trudeau's comments signaled Ottawa might halt a 2014 contract that the Canadian unit of U.S. weapons maker General Dynamics Corp won to supply light-armored vehicles. The deal is worth up to $13 billion.

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