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Public Record - Canada–France Symposium (Part 2 of 6)


The Senate of Canada and the Canada–France Interparliamentary Association host the Canada–France Symposium, entitled “The Legacy of France in Canada Over 400 Years,” Ottawa, Ont., November 14–15, 2008. This event is being held in commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the founding of Quebec in 1608.

In this November 14th session, Max Nemni (a professor at Laval University) presents a speech entitled “French Canadians, France, and the Two World Wars.” After speaking, Mr. Nemni fields questions from symposium attendees, including Laurier LaPierre (a former Liberal senator).


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