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By Bob Rae
This can be a ebook in regards to the principles and rules that would dominate Canada’s future.
In an international that's getting smaller and extra aggressive, Canada wishes a brand new set of public regulations that would placed studying, schooling, and funding in new applied sciences on the centre. The vulnerability of the planet itself to pollutants and worldwide warming, carrying on with violence, ethnic clash, and threats to international peace additionally positioned Canada’s position on the planet on the centre of a brand new agenda.
Bob Rae’s ebook is a candid overview of the place we're and the place we have to be.
It attracts on his deep event in Canadian public coverage at domestic and in a foreign country, and issues to how Canada, and Canadians, could make a distinction. From healthiness care to taxes, from poverty to wealth production, it is a artistic and provocative blueprint for switch.
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