Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 12 Jan 1905, p. 136-137


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Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain


Thanks to Mr. Foss. Assuring Mr. Foss that the manufacturers of Canada regard with the greatest interest the progress, the energy, the forwardness of manufacturing in the United States. Many manufacturers now moving across the Line, becoming Canadian manufacturers and operating under the British flag. Welcoming Americans to participate in the great advantages and great prosperity we look forward to in Canada. The significance of the presence of Sir Edward Morris, the Minister of Justice from Newfoundland, and the Hon. Mr. Marine, the Leader of the Opposition. Newfoundlanders as Canadians. The speaker's belief that in due time Newfoundland will be part of Canada.