The Next Hundred Years
Publication:
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 9 Nov 1967, p. 156-169


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The Next Hundred Years


Canada must do better. The three major factors of population growth, educated people, expanding knowledge and science common to all nations. The challenge in Canada of the "French Fact." The real revolution in Quebec: what has been going on inside Quebec since the death of Mr. Duplessis. The French Fact as a pact that is a permanent pact in Canada. The nature of the transportation problem in 1867; the nature of the transportation problem in 1967: the transportation of ideas and of culture, of traditions from one part of the country to another. Adopting the policy of the acceptance of the idea of two cultures. Realizing a respect and admiration for each other. The trend towards more responsibility and authority in the hands of the Provinces. What all Canadians want for Canada.