In this sweeping book (his 10 Theses), Irvin Studin explains all of Canada’s multiple crises, from the public health, economic and education crises, to our international, institutional, national unity and social crises. He explains what’s to be done today and well into the 21st century for Canada to survive and succeed. Nothing is foreordained, and nothing is promised to Canada – especially after the pandemic. Only we can help ourselves, if we learn to think as a country – where thinking requires huge national work.
Studin touches on everything from Canada’s international positioning for survival to the Arctic, demographics and population, languages, the Indigenous question, Quebec, the West, democracy, social media and sport. He paints the picture and policy agenda for a country that he believes can be one of the world’s most important and central in the coming decades – if we properly understand our wicked circumstances and play our cards right.
Opening remarks by Richmond Hill Mayor David West
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