A strong Canada at home and in the world: F1-23/2017-4E-PDF

"For 150 years, generations of Canadians have come together to build our country brick by brick, block by block, from coast to coast to coast. We are a country of millions of immigrants, refugees and Indigenous Peoples, bound by a spirit of daring, hard work and ingenuity. In Budget 2017, we move ahead with confidence, driven by innovation, and the ardent belief that a Canada built by all should benefit all. We know that a growing and optimistic middle class has long been at the heart of our success, and that a strong and thriving middle class will continue to lead the way: finding new frontiers, creating new opportunities for women and men and—above all—building a country that works for everyone. Canada did not happen by accident, and it won’t continue without effort. As we look forward to Canada’s next 150 years, we join Canadians in renewing our commitment to this hard but vital work"--p. [1].

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Title A strong Canada at home and in the world
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
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Note Caption title. "#Budget2017" Issued also in French under title: Un Canada fort à l'échelle nationalle et internationale.
Date 2017.
Number of Pages [3] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • F1-23/2017-4E-PDF
Subject Terms Health care, Aboriginal peoples, Veterans, Government policy