Step Toward Policy

April 1968
Time;4/19/1968, Vol. 91 Issue 16, p44
The article focuses on the effort of Canada's 15th Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to improve foreign economic policy for the country's development. It mentions the plan of the prime minister to meet with French President Charles de Gaulle as part of the effort to improve Canada's relations with France. It also notes that Premier Trudeau is slowly giving his policies some form, particularly on the country's role in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).


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