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13 April 2005April 13, 2005

A Canada Strong and Free

Mike Harris & Preston Manning’s Vision Statement for a New Canada

A Canada Strong and Free

We believe Canada has not yet reached its zenith – that the best is yet to come. And we believe that this will always be true. Canada is such a land of opportunity that the future can always be bigger, brighter, and better than the past, no matter how great our achievements have been. However, we believe that Canada is being held back by an absence of national vision and ill-advised public policies.

We believe Canada has not yet reached its zenith – that the best is yet to come. And we believe that this will always be true. Canada is such a land of opportunity that the future can always be bigger, brighter, and better than the past, no matter how great our achievements have been.

However, we believe that Canada is being held back by an absence of national vision and ill-advised public policies. To address Canada’s need for a fresh vision and better public policies for the future, the Fraser Institute, in cooperation with the Montreal Economic Institute and the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, held round-table discussions with interested persons in 2003, followed by a series of cross-Canada consultations in Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver. The result was the collection of a number of insightful ideas on goals, principles, and policies conducive to shaping and implementing a fresh Canadian vision for the future.

Links of interest

Media release:
Manning & Harris Aim For “A Canada Strong and Free”

Canada Strong and Free: Part VI / Part V / Part IV / Part III / Part II / Part I

We believe that Canada is being held back by an absence of national vision and ill-advised public policies. To address Canada’s need for a fresh vision and better public policies for the future, the Fraser Institute, in cooperation with the Montreal Economic Institute and the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, held round-table discussions with interested persons in 2003, followed by a series of cross-Canada consultations in Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver. The result was the collection of a number of insightful ideas on goals, principles, and policies conducive to shaping and implementing a fresh Canadian vision for the future.


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