Canada-United States Relations in the Eighties
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 26 Mar 1981, p. 316-327
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Canada-United States Relations in the Eighties

A look past constitutional reform to Canada's global position. A review of Canada's foreign policy and its implications for Canadians. International trade and the rise of protectionism. The current need to wait and see what the Reagan administration will do in the immediate future, and how it will react to Canada's concerns, especially with regard to issues of the fisheries, pollution, and national energy policy. The low cost of oil in Canada and how that may lead to protective measures in the United States. The right of Canada to control its own energy resources. Canada's reaction to foreign policy of the United States, with specific examples. Canada's responsibilities in terms of developmental aid to Third World countries.