April 7, 1987 (33rd Parliament, 2nd Session)


Gerald Augustine Regan

Mr. Reagan:

We will overcome the impulse of economic isolationism with a brotherly embrace, an embrace, it is not too much to hope, that may some day extend throughout the Americas and ultimately encompass all free nations.
We can look forward to the day when the free flow of trade from the southern reaches of Tierra del Fuego to the northern outposts of the Arctic Circle, unites the people of the western hemisphere in a bond of mutually beneficial exchange, when all borders become what the U.S.-Canadian border so long has been-a meeting place rather than a dividing line.
April 7, 1987

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