Trade Agreements Between Canada And France

Largest merchandise trade deficit in 2017: other industrial goods with 1.3 billion $US In July 1967, de Gaulle, now President of France, unleashed a storm of controversy during an official state visit to Canada, in front of 100,000 people in Montreal Long live Free Quebec! (Long live Free Quebec!) Before the centennial of Canadian Confederation, in the context of the Quiet Revolution in Quebec, such a provocative statement by a widely respected statesman and liberator of France had a considerable impact on Franco-Canadian relations and also on relations between Quebec and the rest of Canada. After the British conquest, French immigration to Canada continued on a small scale until the beginning of the wars between France and Great Britain from 1792 to 1815. .