Grier, A. Monro
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The speaker, impressed with the changes which have taken place in Ontario since he first began to practise law in Toronto some 20 years ago. An increase in the feeling of friendship and oneness between Canada and the British Isles. Ontario's growing knowledge of Western Canada. An increase in Great Britain's knowledge of Ontario and Canada generally. The great progress which Canada has made in the estimation of Great Britain and to what that has been due. Qualities of a good citizen of the Empire, each with discussion and illustrative examples: Breadth of Mind; Courage and Confidence; Reverence and Knowledge; Pride of Race.