Academics, media commentators, and political figures alike have each seized the opportunity presented by Canada’s sesquicentennial to reflect upon the status of our nation, and upon the ways in which its institutions, demographic makeup, and standing in the global community have evolved over the past 150 years. The modern Canadian state—which is now home to thirteen provinces and territories; the world’s tenth-largest economy; and one of the world’s most diverse set of ethnicities, languages, and religions—only faintly resembles the state that was initially envisioned by Canada’s founding fathers on the shores of Charlottetown.
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"The Constitution in a Hall of Mirrors: Canada at 150, by David E. Smith."
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