Making a Great Relationship Even Greater
Publication:
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 14 Nov 2005, p. 138-147


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Creator:
Wilkins, His Excellency David H., Speaker
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Text
Item Type:
Speeches
Description:
The speaker's experiences in Canada. What is tearing at the fabric of the very strong relationship between the United States and Canada. A thank you for Canada's efforts in the wake of Hurrican Katrina. Taking our security seriously. The issue of softwood lumber. The United States remaining firmly committed to NAFTA. Guns, crime, and violence. Comments on foreign involvements. Ways in which the United States is a force for good. The speaker's goal of making a great relationship even greater.
Date of Original:
14 Nov 2005
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Language of Item:
English
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The speeches are free of charge but please note that the Empire Club of Canada retains copyright. Neither the speeches themselves nor any part of their content may be used for any purpose other than personal interest or research without the explicit permission of the Empire Club of Canada.
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Making a Great Relationship Even Greater


The speaker's experiences in Canada. What is tearing at the fabric of the very strong relationship between the United States and Canada. A thank you for Canada's efforts in the wake of Hurrican Katrina. Taking our security seriously. The issue of softwood lumber. The United States remaining firmly committed to NAFTA. Guns, crime, and violence. Comments on foreign involvements. Ways in which the United States is a force for good. The speaker's goal of making a great relationship even greater.