This Canada Day, remember our twin pillars— civil liberties and economic freedom

Canada Day should always include reflection on how our great country came to be and the values and principles that helped shape it. The founders of the Canadian federation at their core had a vision of government based on civil liberties that included freedom from arbitrary arrest or detention, freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom to elect a government and freedom from oppression by authority. Moreover, our founders were steeped in a strong sense of economic freedom and saw the role of government as the provider of a framework to allow individuals to pursue wealth and property.Despite the conventional

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