A British View of Canada
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 30 Sep 1926, p. 214-221
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A British View of Canada

A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. Canadian hearts in the homeland. Some words from Lord Bramwell on socialism. Canada's peculiar position of being absolutely capable of governing itself, but proud to live under the flag of the British Empire, and under the constitution of the Allied Kingdom and Dominions. Mistaken talk that there are signs of enfeeblement in the British Empire, particularly in England, and the speaker's response to that talk. The Monroe Doctrine: the question of Canada's reliance on the United States for defence. The speaker's advice to Canadians to trust to ourselves.