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Economic Problems of Common Interest to Canada and the United States 
Text  Stuart, The Honourable R. Douglas, Economic Problems of Common Interest to Canada and the United States, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1954), 25 Jan 1954, 171-179  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada, The Canadian Club of Toronto and The American Men's Club of Toronto. The speaker addresses the audience as a businessman, about some of the problems which are of fundamental importance to the business system in which both Canada and the United States...
Breaking Down the Walls: Creating Closer North American Ties 
Text  Jones, James, Breaking Down the Walls: Creating Closer North American Ties, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1992), 7 Nov 1991, 201-213  ... and is currently Chairman of the American Business Conference. Mr. Jones intended to address us today on Breaking Down The Walls: Creating Closer North American Ties. Over lunch, he has been re-crafting his remarks and has warned me that he may deviate from his prepared text. Please join me in welcoming James...
Canada-U.S. Relations in the New Era; A Diplomat's View 
Text  de Chastelain, General John, Canada-U.S. Relations in the New Era; A Diplomat's View, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1994), 23 Jun 1993, 68-81  Five messages: "good relations between our two countries are vital for us both;" "the existence of good relations between the leaders of both countries is not absolutely vital, but it does make things a lot easier between us and it certainly makes life easier for those that have to manage the...
Where are Canada and the U.S. Going? 
Text  Enders, His Excellency, The Honourable Thomas O., Where are Canada and the U.S. Going?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1976), 29 Apr 1976, 421-433  A discussion of investment and resources, often the subjects of misunderstandings between Canada and the United States. Differing points of view and opinions about Canadian-American relations. What will each country do in the changing world? A brief history and review of the current situation, and...
Let's Be Friends 
Text  Parker, Cola G., Let's Be Friends, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1954), 18 Mar 1954, 251-265  The Emerson definition of a friend: "A friend is one with whom I may be sincere." The speaker's responsibility in enterprises which have invested a great many millions of dollars in Canada. The basic policy in all of the Canadian operations that "we be good Canadian citizens." The belief that the...
Our Economic Prospects and Policies 
Text  Heller, Dr. Walter W., Our Economic Prospects and Policies, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 515), 17 Feb 1964, 238-254  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. An address "on the very threshold of a 20 per cent Federal income tax cut." Forecasting that the most important precondition of U.S. Canadian economic relations in 1964-65 will be satisfied. Against the backdrop of tax...
Some Problems of a U.S.-owned Subsidiary Operating in Canada 
Text  Rawlings, General E.W., Some Problems of a U.S.-owned Subsidiary Operating in Canada, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 515), 24 Oct 1963, 57-69  Current economic situations in both Canada and the United States. Imbalances and protectionism in trade. Foreign investment and capital. The speaker's company in Canada. Good corporate citizenship. The value to Canada's national growth of foreign-owned enterprises. A review of the speaker's...
Canadian-American Relations--A Mild Breath of Heresy 
Text  McColough, C. Peter, Canadian-American Relations--A Mild Breath of Heresy, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1969), 21 Nov 1968, 72-85  The recurring uneasiness of Canadian-American economic relations. How U.S. capital involvement in Canada is described in Canada. The harsh and deeply serious accusation against the United States of exploiting rather than contributing to Canada's resources. Defense against the influx of U.S....
A View From the North 
Text  Blough, Roger M., A View From the North, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1965), 19 Nov 1964, 98-112  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. The speaker introduces the concept of a reversal of circumstances between Canada and the United States and wonders what life would be like, in order to facilitate greater understanding. A look at some of the economic...
Canadian and American Relations 
Text  Whitney, Honourable John Hay, Canadian and American Relations, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 515), 5 Dec 1963, 130-136  Some remarks on the traumatic aftershock to the United States, following President Kennedy's assassination. Canada and the U.S. as joint inheritors, in the new world, of a common old world heritage--a sharing of the some goals, the same values. Speaking a common language in more than the...
Neighbours Across the Border 
Text  Insull, Samuel, Neighbours Across the Border, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1931), 13 Nov 1930, 286-292  Reference to Britain as Canadians' "mother's house." Canada as the daughter with great influence in her mother's house. The United States as "a good neighbour." Reasons why Canada and the U.S. should be good neighbours. Trade and tourist dollars exchanged between the two countries. Reasons to...
Canada & The United States--Partners in Freedom 
Text  Hopkins, John J., Canada & The United States--Partners in Freedom, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1952), 18 Oct 1951, 50-64  The threat to both Canada and the United States which has developed into a menace since 1945 and 1946. The tension that the two countries share in common. The speaker's opportunity to come into contact and to appreciate the Canadian people, and to respect the tremendous industrial potential of...
A Great Economic Opportunity 
Text  Townsend, Lynn A., A Great Economic Opportunity, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 515), 20 Feb 1964, 255-269  A few thoughts concerning the great economic opportunity that lies ahead for the people of Canada and the people of the United States. Shared problems as economic partners. Gains for both peoples who buy and use the products of the speaker's company, more of the benefits of mass production and...
The United States and Canada--Common Aims and Common Responsibilities 
Text  Ball, The Honourable George H., The United States and Canada--Common Aims and Common Responsibilities, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1965), 22 Mar 1965, 278-289  A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club of Toronto. The relations between Canada and the United States "too intimate to be easily analyzed and too complex to be taken for granted." A list of five major areas of relations. Briefly, they are: bilateral relations between...
Canadian-American Relations 
Text  Nash, Knowlton, Canadian-American Relations, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1968), 4 Apr 1968, 396-411  Viet Nam peace moves. Optimism on the world scene in the agreement on international monetary reform. Grounds for hope and fresh approaches in Canada and the United States in the political area. Details of events regarding Viet Nam. The speaker's recent return from Viet Nam and what he witnessed....
More International Bridges 
Text  Funston, George Keith, More International Bridges, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1953), 16 Apr 1953, 315-328  Problems concerning the employment of capital in national and international channels--employment in such a manner as to secure the greatest benefit for each country and for each individual concerned. Benefits that are social, and political and economic in nature. The speaker's belief that Canada...
Free Trade With the U.S.--Only in a Dream World 
Text  Telmer, Fred, Free Trade With the U.S.--Only in a Dream World, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1996), 22 Feb 1996, 380-392  The speaker begins with several statements, the first of which is: "We do not have free trade with the United States." More statements, an explanation as to why the speaker makes those statements, and a detailed discussion follow. Defining a free trade agreement. Example of free trade agreements...
Canadian -American Relations 
Text  McCutcheon, Senator the Honourable M. Wallace, Canadian -American Relations, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1965), 12 Nov 1964, 74-84  Canada's obsession with threatened American domination, cultural, political, economic: an explanation or an excuse? An exploration of this issue. Points to bear in mind about Canada's proximity to the United States: some realities. The misconceptions of the question of Canadian-American economic...
International Bridge of Freedom 
Text  Romney, George, International Bridge of Freedom, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1961), 26 Jan 1961, 195-206  Canada going through a searching reappraisal of our economic and foreign policies. Quoted in the address from a Canadian correspondent: "Canada is locked in a vital and complicated debate on the whole problem of American economic penetration and its ultimate effect on Canadian sovereignty." The...
Prospects for the North American Economy: 1985 and Beyond 
Text  Greenberg, Maurice R., Prospects for the North American Economy: 1985 and Beyond, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club Foundation, 1985), 29 Nov 1984, 170-184  Current problems in the North American economy, growing out of the inflation of the 1960s, carried to excess during the 1970s. Problems include excessive debt, high real interest rates and instability created by falling commodity prices, particularly energy. Dealing with runaway inflation at the...
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