EST. 1903 - Presenting global influential leaders from business, labour, education & government through events
Robichaud, The Hon. Louis J.
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An appeal for a Canadianism that is confident and unashamed. A description of Canada and Canadians and the nature of Canadianism. New Brunswick as a founding partner in Confederation, and New Brunswick today. What New Brunswick must do within the Canadian Confederation today. A determination in new Brunswick today to achieve a rapid development of the economy and a necessary reform of the structures and services of government. Facing urgent issues. Government that must serve a human purpose. The kind of society New Brunswick wants to build. The problem of educational disparities. Major programmes of educational upgrading and vocational training for youth and adults. A radical re-working of welfare programmes. In depressed areas: renewing communities; training the work force; developing new industries; consolidating farm lands into more economic units; building new roads, new housing, new schools. Acting in the field of social policy; new jobs and improvement in weekly wages; a rise in farm cash income; an increase in construction work; gaining economic strength. The results of various forms of federal-provincial partnership. Giving substance to an historical motto: "Hope is Restored."