It's a great day, a beautiful day, and I'm very confident.
From this day forward, the benefits of any agreements we reach will flow only to those nations that abide by our democratic clause.
The free and civilized nations of the world have joined hands to press the first great struggle for justice of the 21st century -- the struggle to defy and defeat the forces of terrorism.
Sometimes our approaches are different.
the fast lane for Canada-U.S. trade. Twenty-five percent of our two-way trade, or 120 billion U.S. dollars, travels the bridge; seven thousand trucks cross it every day. The value of the trade that crosses this bridge exceeds all of U.S. trade with Japan.
The vast majority of the people who cross our border pose no risk to either country.
The challenge we all face as leaders is how best to steer our governments' agenda back toward addressing the most critical problems facing our citizens. Globalization is certainly one factor affecting how democracies work.
We are part of an unprecedented coalition of nations that has come together to fight the threat of terrorism ... Canada will be part of this coalition every step of the way.
We need to work together to help Africans address critical issues such as health and education, governance, water and agriculture, trade and investment and peace and security.
We've discussed democracy, we have a clause of democracy, ... We've discussed what's needed to help the 800 million people in the hemisphere. We have discussed the environment, we have discussed education, we have discussed health, and all the leaders were very, very happy with what happened.
Young people from 100 countries have come to Toronto to celebrate and reaffirm their faith, and to do so in a spirit ... that recognizes and values the dignity of freedom for all peoples.
Pierre Trudeau, the embodiment of the dream of a just society, has left us.
Pierre Trudeau dreamed of a society that afforded all of its citizens an equal opportunity to succeed in life -- whatever their background or beliefs, whether rich or poor.
We are not going to change. We are going to continue defending our cause and our socialism.
We spoke in this campaign about preserving social programs and Medicare and that we will do.
and I'll sleep very, very, very well.
Perhaps there were a few million dollars that might have been stolen in the process. But how many millions of dollars have we saved because we have re-established the stability of Canada by keeping it a united country?
Ten years ago, in the aftermath of the referendum in Quebec, the very existence of Canada was on the line... I had a responsibility to ensure that Canada never again came close to the precipice.
There is no evidence before him to support that allegation.
I presume Mr. Martin knew what his lawyer was saying.
chose to ignore or distort the clear evidence.
Good intentions are not an excuse for maladministration of this magnitude.
I would like to propose a toast to a great president of the United States, and a great leader of the free world, ... And good luck, Bill.
Deficit reduction is not an end in itself. It is the means to an end, ... Canadians must now decide what kind of country they want to build with the hard-won dividend.
If words cannot console this loss, they also cannot fully express the pride that all Canadians have felt on the exemplary way (Canadian forces) have carried out their duty, ... There are so many questions. ... How has this happened? I want to assure the families and the people of Canada that these questions will be answered.