The government should support the independent study of Canada

Canada has been, is, and will always be built upon many perspectives.

Flickr Photo: Andrew Dunning
Canada House on Trafalgar Square, London, United Kingdom.
Paul Dewar
Published: Tuesday, 07/07/2015 11:45 am EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 07/14/2015 6:45 pm EDT

Last week, Canadians across the country and overseas gathered to celebrate our remarkable country. Canada has a unique national story and a powerful legacy of international leadership. Canada’s intellectual and institutional innovations and exports are real and meaningful, including federalism, multiculturalism, bilingualism, peacekeeping, and aboriginal treaty law, to name just a few. The government of Canada has a clear interest in supporting efforts to recognize, study, and apply these contributions abroad.

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