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Godbout, The Honourable Joseph Adelard
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A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Canadian Club.
Working for unity. Seeking together the most effective means of strengthening Canadian unity the country over. Signs of unity. Safeguarding the sacred patrimony which our ancestors handed down to us, the principles which lie at the very base of our lives. Defining the close correlation on a higher plane of all Canadians: A Pan-Canadian National Unity to be achieved at the expense of neither the one race nor the other, but to the advantage of all. The attitude of French-Canadians to the war. Some history of French Canada. The attitude of Quebec's religious leaders. Taking urgent means to ensure a Pan-Canadian unity. Reciprocal concessions and advantages. Contributions of French-Canadians to the war effort. Claims of French-Canadians. Some words from Mr. W.A. Tucker, Deputy for Rosthern, Saskatchewan with regard to French-Canadians. Some French-Canadian heroes. Asking to be respected. Bringing a message of unity and friendship from Quebec.