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Published31st January 2013
PublisherOxford University Press Canada
Published 15 years after his Governor General's award-winning The Unknown Country, Bruce Hutchison's Canada: Tomorrow's Giant is a vivid portrait of the nation on the verge of the 1960s. Finding Canada changed "outwardly in many places beyond recognition and inwardly everywhere," Hutchison invites readers to join him in a "casual, disordered tour across the nation and some of its wilderness" to discover the new Canada. The result is a portrait of a
country in the making that still resonates today.Canada: Tomorrow's Giant, like its predecessor The Unknown Country, was awarded the Governor General's Award for creative nonfiction. The Wynford
edition includes a new introduction by Vaughn Palmer, one of Canada's foremost political journalists and a winner of the Bruce Hutchison Award. Palmer's introduction puts both the book and Hutchison's career in historical context for modern readers.