Canada a nation that stretches from sea to sea with rich natural resources, economic stability and gradual technology development that is well built together with strong leaders such as Lester B. Pearson. He was a canadian professor, historian civil servant, statesman, diplomat, and politician who won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1957 for resolving the Suez canal crisis. First Lester became the 14th Prime Minister of Canada, which is liberal minority government which left canadian with a legacy of peacekeeping, and a international responsibility that lives on today. Second his introduction of the royal commision on bilingualism and biculturalism brought changes to the language policy in Canada, making it a bilingual country it is today.
The red and white flag in which canada is recognized today, was introduced by Pearson, that represents canada all the citizens of canada without distinction of race, language, belief or opinion. Third he is the most influential canadian of the 20th century because he pursued social welfare programs, promoted peace, and the unity of diverse ethnic nation. For five years in office, pearson put programs into action that were longed discussed but never carried out. Among them included none limited medical care, pensions, educations, and a generalized