Building upon his analysis in the first volume of the series, Canada in Crisis: An Agenda to Unify the Nation, longtime federal employee Robert A. Battram goes beyond explaining what will unify the nation to provide a working roadmap that can help ensure its continued success. Battram identifies problems in all areas of governance, from the simple to the complex, and offers a range of solutions to these problems. He examines why law enforcement agencies and immigration policies are failing, and also explores issues of infrastructure, such as how the placement of electrical transmission grids affects different areas of Canada. Take a deep look into how to improve all areas of government, including • economic policies, • transportation systems, • security of communications, • security of energy and power, • measures taken to combat extremism Join the author as he examines the many changes threatening Canada. Discover how the nation can defend itself, find solutions to its problems, and maintain its heritage, so that it can survive and thrive in Canada in Crisis: An Agenda for Survival of the Nation.
Robert A. Battram graduated from the University of Toronto and served eight years in the RCAF. He earned an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and went on to work in Canada’s federal government at fourteen various agencies, focusing on engineering, finance, corporate policy and governance.