In talents and accomplishments for the first time

In April of 1967 the city of Montreal hosted one of the most successful world fairs of the 20th century, Expo 67. Amongst dozens of national pavilions, the universal exposition displayed the world’s progress through showcases based in industry, science and culture. Expo 67 brought great prosperity to the country through the envisioned focus of technology and mass media as the means of a more connected society. Yet 50 years later the younger generation has distanced through the role of technology, contradicting the vision Expo had in 1967.  Expo brought tremendous success for the country. Developed good international relationships with other countries. As well as influenced the worlds of fashion, architecture and industrialization. Expo 67, considered to be a monumental event, contributed to the huge success of changing the world’s perception of Canada. Marking it a landmark moment in Canadian history, the exposition was held in Montreal to serve a focal point towards Canada’s centennial year celebrations. Alongside celebrating 100 years since confederation and the innovative progress the country has made since then , the exposition was a great economic and social transformation. Setting a single day attendance record of 569,500 visitors on it third day, and over 50 million visitors in total exceeding the expectations of organizers. Canada was able to take pride and glory of its talents and accomplishments for the first time since post war Quebec. Expo 67’s enormous success impacted Canada in a superlative way showing the country is capable of creating and doing remarkable things. 50 years ago today over 60 countries were brought together to Expo 67. This exposition helped exercise international relationships with the countries participating. The Bureau International des expositions claimed that each country that takes part in the exposition must agree on the same vision. With over 60 countries showcasing their most futuristic, architectural and technological creations it proved that the exposition brought together the same visions for the future. Each country contributed with entertainment uniting some of the worlds most known performers and symphonies. With the belief of a more connected society through technology, the vision built stronger relationships with other countries because of this common viewpoint.The worlds of fashion, architecture and industry were strongly impacted by the expositions. The ranges of architectural and futuristic pavilions related to the theme “man and his world” which explained the overall concept of man and the ideological, cultural and scientific relationship to the environment. Many nations and organizations have provided exhibit materials cooperating within the theme. With over 90 pavilions the theme was encapsulated by a collection of buildings and displays with a futuristic and optimistic approach. Exhibitions demonstrated state of the art transportation, bold fashion and art as well as innovative technology. Expo 67’s representation of the future resulted in millions being drawn into the futuristic fantasy world that the future was to behold.Expo 67 reflected on traditional being engulfed by modernism. With the strong belief of brilliance of the future through technology expo 67 had been able bring great success for the country, develop relationships with other countries and influence big aspects of the world. Indeed the vision of new technology evolving for a connected society was true for older generations. But the relevance of a connected society for the younger generation is different. Technology has seemed to distance the younger generations, putting it in its most disconnected isolated state. The constant need to be on a phone, checking social media had distanced people from the real world. Instead of connecting, technology has seemed to take control of its surroundings. New technology confirmed that humanity had achieved expo’s vision but hopefully the vision of a connected society through technology stays true as inventions progress.