Living with a giant

Canada, 1962

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Reviews the dominance of Canada by the giant nation on her border, the United States of America. The film explores how the proximity of the US has impacted on Canada’s trade and business, recreation and independent way of life. Includes footage of a meeting between John F. Kennedy and the Prime Minister of Canada.

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Associated-Rediffusion

Intertel

director

Rollo Gamble

Duration

00:53:00:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1962

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