Horak questions Canada's current diplomatic strategy as it pertains to the Kingdom. 'Whether we like what they are doing or not is not really the issue. If you want these changes to happen, you have to have your voice heard … you have to engage them. And we didn't do that.'

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Horak questions Canada’s present diplomatic technique because it pertains to the Kingdom. ‘Whether or not we like what they’re doing or not just isn’t actually the difficulty. If you need these adjustments to occur, it’s important to have your voice heard … it’s important to interact them. And we did not do this.’

Canada’s former ambassador to Saudi Arabia, who was expelled this summer season in a diplomatic row, has been holding his tongue — till now.

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Dennis Horak needs to speak, and he has lots…

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