Committee for an Independent Canada

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Committee for an Independent Canada

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Dates of existence

1970-1981

History

The Committee for an Independent Canada was established in 1970 by Walter Gordon, Peter Newman and Abraham Rotstein to promote Canadian economic and cultural independence. Many of the proposals offered by the Committee were eventually made into government policy including the establishment of the Foreign Investment Review Committee, the Canadian Development Corporation, and Petro Canada. The Committee was disbanded in 1981.

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Final

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Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

2014-07-22: Migrated to AtoM
2018-04-04 KCP: Added VIAF

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