Charles Taylor: Unifying Canada
12). It becomes an ongoing conversation of shared versus divergent values that can still be noted within Canadian society today.
Taylor emphasizes three main goals or recommendations that can help to unify Canada. First, Canada should build a legitimately bi-cultural country to allow for its own steady growth and to act as a model for the rest of the world. Second, to better establish the relationship between Canada and the rest of the world by way of engaging more critically in the United Nations, brining aid and mediation and not simply acting as a satellite of the United States. Finally, to pursue equality within the country and its various regions to ensure regional equality through government involvement (Taylor 27-28). There seems nothing inherently complicated about Taylor’s recommendations. They seek to establish Canada as a stronger country at home as well as a more powerful global actor but remains useless if all Canadians cannot