Canadian Sentiment Before and After Confederation
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 14 Jan 1904, p. 38-42


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Canadian Sentiment Before and After Confederation


A turning point at the moment Confederation was enacted. A Canadian sentiment in existence three centuries ago: an historical review. Creating two new Canadas. The first talk about Confederation. The key to Confederation. Canadians, joining together with a declaration of patriotism and sentiment. Other provinces coming in: British Columbia, Prince Edward Island. The speaker, having seen the turning point and then the spirit of development, now seeing the crowning of it, and all in fifty years. Urging Canada to grow, prosper and multiply.