Canada: Facing the Future
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 27 Jun 1991, p. 30-44
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Canada: Facing the Future

A joint meeting of The Empire Club of Canada and The Royal Commonwealth Society. How Canada can be held together as a country. A sense of what the people of Canada want. Strengthening the spirit of Canada. Canada at risk: the crisis and the statistics that show the crisis. What the speaker sees as necessary to hold Canada together. What needs changed and why. Facing changes together. How Canadians can face the challenge of unity. Getting rid of complacency. The view from Quebec and Quebecers. Examples of how Canada, and regions within Canada have changed, but our vision of Canada and those regions has not. Canadians meeting Canadians: the need to know one another. The implications of partitioning the country, especially with regard to global markets. The cost to Canada of dealing with internal problems during a time of developing international markets. Fighting for our country.