Building on the arguments made in the classical 2010 Global Brief article, “Canada – Population 100 Million,” which made national and international headlines, 21CQ will be making the case in favour of a Canada that, by the year 2100, is far larger, more energetic, more ambitious, and more powerful. By the year 2100, this Canada will:
have a population of 100 million people (spread across its territory).
be among the five most important countries in the world, and the second most important country in the West (after the US, but more important than any of the EU states).
Have most sectors of national society, from business to the arts, sports, science, the academy, politics and geopolitics, populated by world-beating leaders with a ‘hockey mentality.’
21CQ will be making its arguments for a Canada of 100 Million through conferences, publications, public interventions and, among many other vehicles and platforms, a ground-breaking initiative, led by award-winning documentary-maker Kenton Vaughan, developed with the participation of the National Film Board, called “SuperCanada” – an interactive project coinciding with the 150th anniversary of Confederation.