Foreign News: Canada's Envoy

Premier Mackenzie King, replying to a question in the Canadian House of Commons, announced that the appointment of the first Dominion Minister Plenipotentiary to Washington would be made in the near future. No hint was made as to who will be nominated for the post.

Some time ago, Canada successfully negotiated with the Government in London for the right to be separately represented in Washington. The agreement provided that the Canadian Minister would automatically represent the entire Commonwealth in the absence of the British Ambassador.

The Irish Free State also concluded a similar agreement...

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