What kind of Canada does the under-35 generation see themselves heir to? The only way to find out, Myrna Kostash decided, was to travel across Canada and talk to young people in all walks of life who are rethinking what it is to be Canadian. Her aim was to draw a map of the next Canada and see how its ideals compared to those of her generation. The result is not just a series of interviews but also an acute interpretation and forecast of what lies ahead. The conclusions are surprising.
Finalist for the Writers’ Trust of Canada’s Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing