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- CA ON00239 F02883-2
- 23 Jul. 1967
Side One: May of Three-Rivers introduces the General, followed by de Gaulle's speech. Side Two: Premier Johnson's introduction to de Gaulle at Wolfe's Cove July 23, 1967 and De Gaulle's speech at Quebec.
- CA ON00239 F02883-3
- [copied ca. 1980] (originally created 24 Jul. 1967)
Side One: De Gaulle's reply to Drapeau at city hall reception. Side Two: General De Gaulle's "Vive le Quebec libre speech from balcony of Montreals city hall, followed by Mayor Drapeau's short address at his office and General's brief reply..
- CA ON00239 F02883-6
- 6 Jan. 1960
Side One: Thompson's speech, broadcast on CBC's "Provincial Affairs". Side Two: blank.
- CA ON00239 F02883-8
- [ca. 1970]
Marcus Long Hosts an open-line broadcast called "Speak Your Mind" on CHUM. Side One: Long speaks with callers, asking "Does Canada Need a New Political Party?". Side Two: One advertisement, then blank.
- CA ON00239 F02883-9
- 21 Aug. 1968
A meeting of the U.N. Security Council to Discuss the Czechoslovakian Invasion by Russia
- CA ON00239 F02883-10
A Parent talks about "Today's Youth"; Civil Rights Speech by M.L. King' A play "The New First Family - 1968: A Futuristic Fairy Tale" Performed by Bob Booker and George Foster. Side One: "Today's Youth". Side Two: Civil Rights speech by King; Play by Booker and Foster.
- CA ON00239 F02883-11
- [ca. 1980]
Patrick Watson narrates a car tour of the Rideau Canal from Ottawa to Kingston. Side One: Ottawa Locks to the Kemptville area. Side Two: Kemptville area to old Slys; Side 3 - Smiths Falls to Chaffeys Locks; Side 4 - Davis Lock to Kingston.