Warren, His Excellency J.H.
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Some personal background. The state of relations with the United States and about how current Canadian phenomena may appear to the U.S. and others outside Canada. Canada/U.S. Relations and how they have changed over the last few years. Public perceptions of the relationship. Canada's place in multi-national relations. A detailed review of the Canada/U.S. relationship, with specific reference to the environment, coastal issues, drilling in the north, trade, the automotive sector, fisheries jurisdiction, the transportation of natural gas from the Prudhoe Bay/Mackenzie Delta area to southern markets, tolls on the Seaway in Ontario. Some positive developments in the relationship when dealing with these issues. The forward direction of the economy in the U.S. The U.S. perception of the situation in Quebec and the results of the recent election. Concern with stability in Canada by the Americans. The positive direction of relations between Canada and the U.S.