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  • v. Present participle of Canadianize.

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Examples

  • "Canadianizing" industry but it would require a business plan, broad political support and customers willing to buy Canadian steel rather than purchase the alloy for lower prices elsewhere.

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  • [Would] "Canadianizing" our National Labor Relations Act revitalize the U.S. labor movement's prospects?

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  • This July, my fellow commissioners and I are going to give some fresh thought to our approach to Canadianizing the airwaves.

    Broadcasting in the Nineties: New Balances, New Perspectives

  • I must say that the non-deductibility of all or a portion of the interest charges on investments and the removal of the roll-over provision on share exchanges are running counter to the objective of Canadianizing our industries.

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  • There is a lighter side to life at Port Burwell, as you can see from this photograph [picture shown] of the Mounted Police Canadianizing the Eskimos, through a banquet held on Empire Day.

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  • All this so-called Canadianizing, which means the breaking away from our previous good relations with the Empire and endeavouring to set up a water-tight compartment in John Bull & Co., instead of a partnership of all-a unified Empire-I disagree with, and I entirely reprobate the attempt that has been made to foist a fresh office upon us.

    Canada Within the Empire

  • Whether any more should or should not be allowed in may be argued; but for those that are here, as a Christianizing and Canadianizing agency, it is the business of the Church to follow every trail, to be with every construction camp, and to be the pioneer over the plains and down through the valleys of the mountains.

    The Business Man and the Churches

  • Canada "as there is a Canadianizing of the United States through international traffic; but the users of the phrase should remember that the country doing the largest trade of all countries with the United

    The Canadian Commonwealth

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