Should Canada be a role model for the world? William A. Macdonald thinks so. He’s launched a Canadian Narrative Project to document, promote, and export “mutual accommodation,” the preferred Canadian way of doing things. He might change some minds. The Globe and Mail is exploring his project this summer in several in-depth articles. If you feel relieved when landing at the Pearson or Trudeau airports, leaving behind America’s gun culture, Europe’s terrorism alerts, or the religion-inspired brutality of the Middle East, maybe we do have something to contribute to the world; jaw-jaw not war-war, to quote Winston Churchill.