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A Canadian's View of the Empire as Seen From London 
Text  McKinnon, John S., A Canadian's View of the Empire as Seen From London, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1927), 18 Mar 1926, 102-115  The success of the British Empire Exhibition. The participation and effect of that participation, of the Princes of Wales and the Royal Family. The origins of the Exhibition. Special buildings erected by the different countries for their exhibits. A detailed description of the Exhibition grounds...
Business Action 
Text  Cockshutt, C. Gordon, Business Action, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1950), 9 Mar 1950, 248-257  Canada's trade with other members of the British Commonwealth and Empire, and with the world at large. What the Canadian businessmen are trying to do to help to solve the very difficult problems which Canada is now facing in the world of trade. The speaker's association with the Chamber of...
Our Common Wealth 
Text  Pilkington, Sir Harry, Our Common Wealth, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1956), 1 Dec 1955, 126-135  Recalling the speaker's last speech to the Empire Club 15 years ago. Looking at what has and hasn't changed since then, especially in terms of the economy. The effects of war on Britain's economy. Britain's need to earn dollars; to earn them from exports to Canada. Canada's need for the British...
Canada-U.K. Relations: A Friendly Challenge 
Text  McMurtry, The Hon. R. Roy, Canada-U.K. Relations: A Friendly Challenge, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1986), 9 Jan 1986, 191-201  The deep and extensive roots of the relations between Canada and the United Kingdom. How the two nations have tended to grow apart recently by force of external circumstance. The process of reinvigorating and strengthening the bilateral relationship based on the recognition of current realities in...
Canadian-British Relations in 1987 
Text  Wells, Thomas L., Canadian-British Relations in 1987, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1987), 30 Apr 1987, 421-431  A brief history of the speaker's position. The structure of the position. Taking advantages of opportunities. The relationship between Britain and Canada: stopping the drift. Some historical context. Four areas in which collaboration between Britain and Canada are most important: defence; the...
Canadian Trade--Handle With Care 
Text  Wedgwood, Sir John, Canadian Trade--Handle With Care, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1959), 2 Apr 1959, 284-294  Some Canadian statistics that surprised the speaker. Reasons for ignorance about Canada in other countries. Some facts and history about Britain affecting trade and industrial development. Trade figures between Canada and Britain. Looking for more business between Canada and Britain. The pottery...
The Dynamics of a Trade Mission 
Text  Duncan, James S., The Dynamics of a Trade Mission, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1958), 6 Feb 1958, 182-193  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. The Canadian Trade Mission to Britain beginning on the 22nd of November and lasting for a period of three and a half weeks. The degree of public interest aroused from the mission in governmental circles and also among...
Britain in Europe 
Text  Goodenough, Anthony, Britain in Europe, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1997), 19 Sep 1996, 61-70  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and the British Canadian Chamber of Trade and Commerce. A focus on three questions: why should Europe matter to Canada; what is happening in Europe and where is the EU going; Britain is the gateway to Europe, why? Several topics are addressed as the...
Canada and Great Britain 
Text  Clar, Sir William H., Canada and Great Britain, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1930), 24 Jan 1929, 20-34  The wide field of the mutual inter-relations of Canada and Great Britain. This theme peculiarly appropriate to the City of Toronto, and how that is so. The slow development of the speaker's position, some responsibilities of which were formerly taken on by the Governor-General. The immediate...
Trade Within the Empire 
Text  Lithgow, Lt.-Col. Sir James, Trade Within the Empire, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1931), 11 May 1931, 160-168  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club. The Federation of British Industries. The organization of industries in Britain. Reasons for amalgamation of organizations for the purpose of dealing with general commercial subjects. An introduction of the people who are...
Abroad Throughts from at Home 
Text  Cornell, Ward, Abroad Throughts from at Home, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1975), 24 Oct 1974, 58-70  Ontario House in London: who they are, where they come from, what they attempt, what they achieve and where they're going. A brief history of the office of Agent General. Operational and representational activities. A description of projects and programmes. New developments and missions. The...
British Industry: Anglo-Canadian and Empire Trade 
Text  Field, F.W., British Industry: Anglo-Canadian and Empire Trade, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1923), 5 May 1921, 192-203  The position of the industrial conditions in England. Trade relations between Canada and the Old Land. A few words about the development between the foreign units of the Empire. The speaker's recent return to England, Scotland and Wales, visiting more than 40 plants, talking and meeting with...
Our Trade Channels 
Text  Moore, William H., Our Trade Channels, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1929), 15 Nov 1928, 245-255  The work of the Tariff Board. The tariff as a means of creating trade channels through the Empire and elsewhere. The Empire's trade channels many and long, extending to nearly every land on the earth, to 95 countries. A rough sketch of the more important changes that have taken place in the trade...
Canada's Representation at London 
Text  Ferguson, Hon. G. Howard, Canada's Representation at London, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1931), 6 Jan 1931, 1-13  Some phases of public activity and public problems that seem to the speaker to be uppermost in the mind of every Britisher at the present moment. The speaker's conviction that it is not only desirable but essential to the safeguarding of all liberty and the spirit of justice and freedom throughout...
British Trade Relations with Canada - A Synopsis of An Address by Sir Robert Donald 
Text  Donald, Sir Robert, British Trade Relations with Canada - A Synopsis of An Address by Sir Robert Donald, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1930), 9 May 1929, 200-202  Sir Robert's opinion that there was little chance of British industry reconquering the markets of Continental Europe. A break to be made with Great Britain's fiscal traditions. The need to get into closer relations with the Dominions. Tariffs in Europe. The Continent of Europe as a collection of...
Some Problems of British-Canadian Trade 
Text  Runge, Peter F., Some Problems of British-Canadian Trade, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 515), 30 Apr 1964, 362-370  Speaking for British industry as a whole. Indications of how well things are going in Great Britain, in the midst of an election year. The expansionary phase with both output and demand rising. Meeting the aims of one year ago. An increasing acceptance of change. A strenuous reappraisal of...
Ulster's Place In Britain Today/The Economic Future of Great Britain 
Text  O'Neill, Capt. The Rt. Hon. Terence/Ogilvy, The Hon. Angus, Ulster's Place In Britain Today/The Economic Future of Great Britain, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1968), 19 Oct 1967, 114-126  The Rt. Hon. Terence O'Neill The aim in Northern Ireland to bring about the conditions in which no one is obliged to leave his homeland because of lack of opportunity. Some historical facts about Ulstermen and Canada. Northern Ireland's unique status within the United Kingdom: some background and...
Our Economic Relations with the United Kingdom 
Text  Coldwell, Honourable M.J., Our Economic Relations with the United Kingdom, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1950), 2 Feb 1950, 187-197  ... in the sterling area would have to redeem in dollars. If that were so, the proposal would be unacceptable to the British, whose spokesman, Mr. Harold Wilson, at the Food and Agricultural Conference last year stated--and I quote from his official text "the accumulation of large and growing amounts...
The Imperial Conference and Canada's Economic Problems 
Text  Swanson, Prof. W.W., The Imperial Conference and Canada's Economic Problems, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1931), 27 Nov 1930, 300-312  A discussion of the question of the Imperial Conference in relation to the economic problems of Canada. Attempting to define what is the economic problem facing our country today. Proof of the fact that the problem is not one of production, with accompanying figures of the total gross production...
The Port of London Pictured 
Text  Wildey, A.E., The Port of London Pictured, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1931), 4 Dec 1930, 313-317  An address accompanied by moving pictures. A twofold object in relation to the commerce of the most important public body in the Old Country: a message of good-will towards Canada, and a desire to stimulate the interest of Canadians in the great market which is served by the Port of London. Making...
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