The Canadian Union—Future Prospects
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 5 Nov 1964, p. 62-73
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The Canadian Union—Future Prospects


Three steps on the Confederation dialogue: to state what it is we are agreed upon, as Canadians; to discuss where it is we differ; to agree on what accommodations are to be made "in order that Canadians may harmoniously pursue national goals and give effect to a common national purpose." The speaker's conversations around the country. Some remarks about the patterns of Canadian life in the second century of nationhood. Gaining a consensus and what that consensus will recognize. Economic issues. English-French relations. Working towards Canada's future.