The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 18, 1974 · Page 11
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Friday, October 18, 1974 Land swap lolled, purchase favored The Ottawa Journal r: 1 Socialist (rfof Palme meets Tory Robert Stanf leld WhatMr.Palme thinks Sweden can off er us ; (By The a)- Canada and v Sweden should exchange in--. ; formation on the operations of big multi-national corpora-.; ttons, Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme said here Thursday. i -- Mr, Palme told a news con-' ferenee shortly after his ar-. rival here for a 4V4-day of-ficial visit to Canada that the ; two countries should co- 1 operate in amassing infbrma- . ., tion on the ownership, control and operations of big compa-, nles. ' . Such an exchange Is one of ' many areas in which Canada and Sweden can develop closer ties, Mr Palme said, v While the . two countries have affinity in their ap- said he did not think Sweden is "very desirable, necessarily" as a model for Canada to follow in foreign policy. - - "In many fields of foreign policy there is a close affinity between our view and the Ca-, nadian view," he said. "But it is really tfye Canadian government that will decide the policy of Canada." Mr. Palme was commenting on statements from an of-' fleial in Prime Minister. Pierre Thideau's office that; Canada may pattern, its future foreign policy : more along the activist, outspoken line taken by the socialist government in Sweden. . .;: : .Wide tato Mr. Palme said he hoped in an afternoon of talks with Mr. Trudeau today to . discuss a broad range of subjects in- Vietnam - and the - military : take-over in Chile and of ' being right-wing for its criti-. clsm of the. Soviet invasions of Czechoslovakia . and Hun-, gary and of me banishing of Soviet writer Alexander Solz-henitsyn. . - : - He said countries must try to" apply the kind of morality they seek at home to their relations with other countries.. '"You cannot have one morality for, your own' population and another in your interna- . tional affairs,' he said. -Mr. Palme said it was ,"mere coincidence'' that his visit will take him to Manitoba and British Columbia, provinces run by New Democratic . . Party governments. Canadian . officials selected ... the stopping points because both provinces contain relatively large Swedish-Canadian populations. . ;i : . Mufiials TORONTO (CP)-flacant mutual funds tuDnllad bv The Canadian Mutual Fund Association Thuraday. Thaw nra thm nat muI valua nar fchara practlca aa contofnad In tha protpactua PT ino rug. n-na aaiaa cnarva, A Pund. uhlavi NAVM. fund I occordanc with Rl pricing or unq iNRvrj) lairwicutawo s. 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J.02 P H N Fund 1.81 VP H N Cdn $.97 yP H N Bnd 106 yPHN Poold 23jr nvPHN RRSP 9.14 vPrlndpl Gth 3.16 yPrlnclol Van 1.76 xPutnont Gth 7.45 nscuddar NA iM xTach ,- 4.80 Tampl Gth 6.1 J nTlvad' Invat S.M yTrom Con A 4.M yirant can t 9.10 5.28 vTms Can Sn a.ao univasr .12 Wait G nlvarttl (ov J4nXanadu Fm) 135 fety," he said. . I Mr. Palme said it was mere coincidence" that his ; visit will take him to western . provinces governed by the so- clalist New Democratic :, Party. ' -i , - He said Sweden has been accused of being left-wing for ' - ! its criticism of U.S. actions in Yo Can Sav . ' ' Evtry Day at -IDA.hrutUtort" BABY SCOn .. DIAPERS v . Ult 1.99 ilOt Be ure to dine with yourAAf ,' friends, before i - v ' - otjafter the : ; . football game, , ' : " ' '.J tvi ajl the Sampan ' i ' i' "; V ofcouree. v . ?-':';?? ::V.y -v : Rejecting a proposal to ; swap land parcels witn the Ottawa separate' school ' board, planning board Tlntrs-day voted to buy the land and make about half of It avail- ' able for housing. ;- ' " . A " The city first became - aware that the school board' was trying to sell to a devel-'. oper land it owned on Brook-. field Road when an applka-,. tion to change the zoning was . handed to city halL; . ;r ;. , .; 'i The application requested tile zoning be changed from 1 -public use to residential use. ; " Area residents objected on' : the grounds that tecreationaT'l facilities in the community ' , are already overtaxed, r ' -A first proposal called for " the city to trade a small park on Kaladar for a larger parcel on Brookfield on which could have been built a larger - park. 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