The first question we ask ourselves is, why?
The answer is often quite simple.
Our children and their future depend on it.
But as the world evolves and new technologies and services emerge, the question becomes far more nuanced.
When it comes to the future, we may not be able to predict the way it will unfold, but we can understand how to prepare for it.
We know what our children will be like.
We can help shape their lives in ways that will ensure they have the best chance of living the best possible life possible.
This is an important lesson for Canada, one that will guide our future generations as we move forward.
We’ve seen how our children’s health, education and social mobility have been shaped by our country’s history, the challenges they face, and our desire to be an active participant in their lives.
We should be prepared for the challenges ahead, and have the tools and support to shape a brighter future.
It is our responsibility to do so.
When you’re faced with the challenges of the 21st century, there are many things you can do to protect your children from the dangers that lie ahead.
In fact, the best way to protect them is to embrace the future and build a resilient, resilient society.
For Canadians to be successful in the 21c century, we need to keep them safe, to have a strong economy, and to protect our communities from the threats they face.
We need to create an environment where our children can grow up and live healthy lives, and where we can all work together to build a safer, more prosperous and more inclusive Canada.
For more than 100 years, we have been building the future that we know today will shape the country’s future.
Our society has been built on the foundations of shared values and values of equality and opportunity.
We have built a stronger and more resilient Canada that protects our children, our communities and our nation.
As we begin to look to the next decade, we can build a more peaceful, secure, inclusive, resilient Canada and we will do so with the most capable, skilled and trustworthy individuals, governments and organizations in the world.
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