As the Canadian delegate moves through the capitol of the Empire he is truly awed by the sights that he sees. When he later wrote memoirs of his diplomatic career this would receive much attention. A well liked passage says:
While it goes by many names City of Light is most certainly the best to describe the city, both literally and metaphorically. Truly everything in the city was built with more care and effort than most people put in over the course of their whole lives. While The cities of Canada are primarily built for function, especially after the war everything in this city spoke of beauty. When I was told that this city held 15 million people I expected slums and squalor. Instead I got a city more magnificent than any I had ever dreamed of. It was a true Utopia, where people had known no war for centuries. And the knowledge they had. If knowledge is held of even the slightest value to you then you would have been astonished at the treasure they held, and thought nothing of.
[PM] To the Empire of the Resplendent Sun (and whoever else is physically at the meeting)