Davis, The Honourable William G.
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A critical review of the federal government of Canada. What the electorate need and want from their governments. The problem of the excesses of pridefulness in power, rather than pride in one's country. The role of central government as guardian of the national interest. The lack of responsible national policy from Canada's federal government. Ontario's role and position in terms of its concerns for Canada, as expressed by the speaker. An involved Ontario. A critical perspective on Rene Levesque in terms of what he tells the people of Quebec. Ontario's determination to make clear, before the Quebec referendum exactly Ontario's position of sovereignty association. A number of assertions regarding sovereignty association and Quebec. Ontario's enterprise strategy for the economy. The Constitution and Ontario against disunity. Renewal, not disillusion for Canada.