Canada in Crisis...: An Agenda to Unify the Nation

Front Cover
AuthorHouse, 2009 - Business & Economics - 408 pages
0 Reviews
The topics in Canada in Crisis cover a broad spectrum of this large and diverse country and its governance. These topics require the knowledge, experience, and skills of many people to properly assess past policies of the government, and to propose new policies. However, any undertaking must begin with one initial step, in the hope that others will take up the challenge. The following analyses and suggested goals serve only to scratch the surface of Canada's past history and future potential. The topics are presented in a strategic perspective, in the hope of encouraging others to expand on this small beginning of an urgent endeavour to achieve a better future for Canada. Please take up the torch ...

To appreciate this document, one must have a vision of Canada's potential, the path to attain that potential, and the future that Canada deserves to enjoy. Canada is a bountiful country blessed with an abundance of human and material resources, but burdened with excessive government. We must reduce the dead weight of government as a proportion of Canada's Gross Domestic Product and allow the people and the private sector to prosper.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2009)

Robert A. Battram has a BASc (P Eng) from University of Toronto, and served eight years in the RCAF in Germany and Alberta. He left the RCAF to earn an MBA from The University of Western Ontario in 1968. During thirty years service with the federal government of Canada, Bob worked in fourteen various agencies and Crown corporations.

Bibliographic information