Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 12 Jan 1905, p. 126-129
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Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain

Reference to the speeches of Mr. Foss, Dr. Montague, and Colonel Denison. Canada warranted in following the natural course of events and developing our own resources in the building up of a British-Canadian nation on the north half of this Continent. A remark with regard to the development of our industries. Conditions in Canada in terms of manufacturing. The development and the adoption of the policy of protection in the United States, resulting in the growth of her industries. The possibility that relations existing between Canada and the United States may lead to a greater union. The possibility of a union between Great Britain and the United States.