These two unsigned and undated pages were part of a call for criticism of the plan. One of the major points the anonymous author makes is that "...the most difficult point in the Scheme, is that, in fact, is drawn up with Forces which are to a certain extent, non-existent... it would take a considerable time to organize, train and equip."
The author, while agreeing with the concept of advancing into the U.S. to buy time and gain sufficient depth warns that "...the American Forces are considerably stronger and better equipped." It makes for interesting reading and shows some of the very real challenges any presumptive Canadian advance would've faced.
....Meanwhile, until we launch the eagerly-awaited trade paperback version of Crimson (and I've had more than a few inquiries), you can always get an E-book version of War Plan Crimson, A Novel of Alternate History, here at Smashwords. Just $2.99, free to preview. As I said, a bargain at twice the price.