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Although Canada did not really conduct it's own foreign policy until 1931 when the Act of Westminster 1931 recognized the sovereign authority of Canada to speak for itself n the international arena. Canada's participation in international agreements and conventions increased drastically during World War II and the leadership shown by Lester Pearson at the UN in suggesting UN Peacekeepers has evolved into an recognized identity for Canadian Foreign Policy.




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