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Protesters shout: 'Nixon, go home!'

He is the most important leader in the world. And even though the country may not always like what they hear, when the president of the United States comes to Ottawa, Canada listens. From Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton, U.S. presidents have been given the honour of addressing Canada's Parliament. Sometimes their speeches draw warm ovations; others are met by catcalls and anger. But over time, each presidential message has been an important indicator of the goodwill — and the problems — facing these neighbours.

Demonstration outside signing of Great Lakes Cleanup Agreement.

Medium: Television
Program: CBC Television News
Broadcast Date: April 15, 1972
Reporter: Ron Collister
Duration: 3:36

Last updated: January 2, 2013

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