Transport Canada 2030 strategic plan missing a key plank
In 1936, prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King observed "that if some countries have too much history, we have too much geography." Transportation accessibility is a chronic problem for Northern Canada. When Mackenzie King made this statement, giant airships were still flying across the Atlantic Ocean. Some 84 years later, similar airships could play an important role in the national strategy for transportation, as set out in the five themes of the Transport 2030 vision.
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