EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
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The new frontiers of science and the mind. The worst cobweb of resistance to change. The genius to know how to strike the balance: what to preserve and what to cast aside. The need for a new approach. Thinking of a world community. The promise of the Dominion of Canada. The need for conservation. The issue of forest management. Living in a Wood Economy. Selling the heritage of the forest to the Canadian people. The need for protection. The problem of "Conservation of the Brains." The movement of Canadians to the United States. Time to do a better selling job about Canada. The lack of Canadian nationalism and reasons for it. The need for Canada and Conservation to be simultaneous. Time to think of opening the gates of Canada. The need to increase the population. A look at the nature of Canada and Canadians. Potential development in the North. Canadian unity. Regionalism. The need for a new and fresh approach to our country. Canada's potential with the aid of science. Attacking the frontier of the mind; not being afraid of tomorrow.