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Public Record - Canadian–American Relations: Do Borders Matter? (Part 1 of 2)


The Organization for the History of Canada hosts a conference about the state of Canadian–American relations at the University of Ottawa, in Ontario, May 13–16, 2004.

In this May 13th conference session, a panel of speakers examine results from polls gauging public opinion on key issues concerning Canada–United States relations. The panellists are Michael Adams (the president of Environics), Steven Kull (the director of the Program on International Policy Attitudes), Christopher Sands (a senior associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies), and Stéphane Roussel (an assistant professor of political science at the Université du Québec à Montréal).

Michael Behiels (a professor of history at the University of Ottawa) opens the conference and introduces the panel theme. Andrew Parkin (the co-director of the Centre of Research and Information on Canada) introduces the panellists and moderates the ensuing discussion.


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