Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
____, Thursday, October 7, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGI HERAIB 13 France-Canada chili slowly warming up i .-.n.n-Jn li'irl liopn involved Todgham hits car legislation PARIS (Renter) Relations between Canada and France, winch deteriorated sharply under Gen. Charles de Gaulle, are making constant progress, a French government spokesman said after Foreign Minister Maurice Schumann had reported to a cabinet meeting on his visit to Canada last week, the spokesman added that economic codoperation between France and Quebec is developing in "a remarkable manner He said a planned Franco-Quebec television project would use the Symphonic satellite bsing developed by France and West Germany. Reviewing France's links vntli both Ottawa and Quebec, the spokesman added: "Relations with Ottawa and Quebec are in constant progression in their respective fields." Schumann's visit to Canada was the first of its kind since de Gaulle antagonized the Ottawa government in 1967 with his cry of "Vive le Quebec Libre. Housing loan for Edmonton OTTAWA (CP) Approval was announced today of a 133 federal loan to Quality Construction Ltd. for a low-renls! housing development in Edmonton. The 140-unit project will consist of 34 two-bedroom and 106 three bedroom row houses for families of low and moderate The spokesman, Stale Secre- tary Leo llamon, described Schumann's welcome in Ottawa Three chosen lo visit Kns.sia CALGAUY (CI'I -Three Ca- nadians, all of them from the prairies, have keen selected for a study of vocational, adult ami teacher training programs in the Soviet Union. The exchange delegation, which leaves Montreal Oct. 18, consists of Fred .lurgcnson. president of the Southern Al- berla Institute of Technology in Calgary; Manitoba minister of education, S. A. Miller; and de- puty minister L. II. Bergslrom of Saskatchewan. last week as being "of particu- lar quality." MET WITH TKUDEAU Reporting o n Schumann's talks with Prime Minister Tru- deau and other Canadian lead- ers, Hamon said the two coun- tries are close together in both principles and actions. The agreements existing be- tween Paris and Quebec are re- garded on both sides of the At- lantic as "a living and previous llamon added. He said that during Schu- mann's visit it was decided to set up an economic co-operation committee to help French firms in Quebec. Pointing to other aspects of Franco-Quebec cooperation, Hamon said that in 1971, experts, scholars and young people had been involved in ex-: changes between France and I the French-speaking province.1 Some 150 workers from Quebec had come to France this year to study working methods in firms here, he added. CHEQUE WARNING VANCOUVER (CP) Mac- Millan Bloedel Ltd. said re- cently that payroll cheques sto- len from a Vancouver printing firm in March are beginning to appear in the Lower Mainland. The cheques carry the name MacMillan Bloedel Ltd. and in smaller print, "Powell River Di- vision, Powell River. B.C." They are printed on yellow bank safety paper and bear the serial numbers from 2001 to 2145. CALdARY (CP) The mis- directed energies oi misguided a n d frequently misintornied zealots operating under the guise oi public interest are forcing the adoption of harm- ful legislation directed against the automobile industry, R. W. Todgham. says president of Chrysler Canada Ltd. Mr. Todgham, in address to the Hist annual meeting of the Calgary Chamber of Com- merce, said I hat too frequently Use weight of emotion and mis- information is carried full strength into the areas of leg- islation and regulation. SEAT NOT NEW He said seat bells, which were recently legislated into cars by the government sup- posedly in response to public demand, bad been available in cars as far back as 1949 but had disappeared because peo- ple were not using them. 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