The National Who Do We Think We Are?

The National Who Do We Think We Are?

The face of Canada is changing rapidly. One in three Canadians will belong to a visible minority by 2031, according to Stats Can. Once largely a nation of staid rural folk, today much of our population lives in competitive, fast-paced urban centres. And our economy, like all those of developed countries, is on the brink of a major green shift. Or is it? In this package of three mini-documentaries, The National investigates our assumptions about ourselves as a society, what Canadians are getting right and where we need improvement.

  • 2010
  • 00:53:30
  • 13-14
  • Added on: 06/14/2013
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Subjects
National characteristics, Canadian [LCSH] Racism -- Canada [LCSH] Racism -- Nova Scotia [LCSH] Race discrimination -- Canada [LCSH] Race discrimination -- Québec (Province) [LCSH] Toleration -- Canada [LCSH] Anti-environmentalism -- Alberta [LCSH] Oil sands -- Marketing -- Canada [LCSH] Earth Day [LCSH] Social sciences [LCSH] Civics -- Study and teaching [LCSH]
Team
Peter Mansbridge (Host), Reg Sherren (Journalist), Lynda Calvert (Journalist), Nahlah Ayed (Journalist), Lynne Robson (Journalist), Michelle Cheung (Journalist), Ian Hanomansing (Journalist), Kim Barry Brunhuber (Journalist), Wendy Mesley (Journalist)
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