Reflections of Canada Added to UBC Open Access Library
April 13, 2021
To mark the 150th anniversary of Canadian Confederation the Peter Wall Institute published Reflections of Canada: Illuminating Our Opportunities and Challenges at 150+ Years. This provocative essay collection is now part of UBC’s online open access archive, freely available for all to enjoy.
Intelligent, passionate, provocative – Reflections of Canada brings together leading writers, researchers, and public intellectuals to offer informed and pointed commentary on what Canada is and what it must become. The book inspires readers to form their own opinions on subjects as big and thorny as health and aging, technological change, arts and culture, climate change and resource use, Aboriginal reconciliation, and multiculturalism.
A book of lively, respectful debate, Reflections of Canada reaffirms the place for public discussion of major societal questions.
Find the Reflections of Canada in UBC’s Open Collections alongside UBC faculty research and publications.
Hard copies of the book are also available for purchase at UBC Press, Indigo and Amazon.