As Canada marks its 150th anniversary, Luke Savage looks at why its image as a multicultural, multilateral country of peacekeepers, drawn from an era now gone by, persists despite bearing little relation to its present actions on the world stage. Does this sanitized national narrative hold the country back from imagining something better?
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Luke Savage is a Toronto-based writer whose work has appeared in Maisonneuve, Jacobin, and on CBC radio. He works at the Broadbent Institute.
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