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We have in Canada an ally, staunch, hard-working, and of almost limitless resources. But we must stop looking on our northern neighbor as a younger brother or as a forty-ninth state, an overbearing attitude which comes out all too frequently in our business dealings with Canadians. JAMES H. GRAY was trained as an editorial writer by John W. Dafoe, Canada’s greatest editor. In 1947 Mr. Gray became the editor of the Farm and Ranch Review, and he is today editor and publisher of the Western Oil Examiner of Calgary.