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Progress or reaction? Ottawa government's attitude towards needs of Canadian people contrasted with the aims and aspirations of the Farmers' Movement; group organization another step forward in constitutional development
Organized farmers' case; resolutions presented to the Dominion Government by the Canadian Council of Agriculture on December 16th, 1913, in Premier Borden's office, Ottawa, and Memorandum in support of tariff resolutions
Speech on the address. Ottawa, Wednesday, 29th March, 1899
Canadian politics, 1882
Buy Canadian products : 1. Build up the home market. 2. Stimulate Canadian business.  3. Reduce unemployment.  4. Lower prices. 5. Increase national revenue.  6. Reduce your taxes.  7. Attract outside capital