Canada and Immigration
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 23 Mar 1944, p. 374-391
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Canada and Immigration

Considerations for Canada's future. An analysis of three great aspects of Canada's national life: our effective area, from the standpoint of immigration; our resources, by which to provide for population growth; the present character of our population, and the lessons to be learned from it. Two or three qualifying principles before discussion of these three aspects. The realities of the Canadian economy, discussed under the following headings: The Net Territory; History of Canadian Immigration; Development Comes First; Depleted Resources; Manufacturing Important; Statistical Forecast; The waning Anglo-Saxon; Observations on the Situation; A British Responsibility; A Brief Summary.