Never forget the $C is a petro-currency; relative to other currencies there will be repeating periods when the $C is very strong, especially when that other country is also having to import oil. Use it.
Never forget that Canada is a highly desirable place, & so is the Canadian passport.
Lots of space, opportunities, more open approach to the world, etc. - & for the most part protected from Europe's mass waves of refugees. Oceans to cross, & the US border, are quite some deterrents; mass immigration is highly desirable, but largely controllable. Hence, hard to see how most assets don't steadily appreciate over time.
Trump nation. Canada is full of very smart global standard entrepreneurs, but plagued with small minded & not so smart industrial policy; the more protectionist US and global trade becomes, the more pressure to smarten up that unsustainable industrial policy - & unleash that talent. And all magnified if the best and brightest of the world can't enter the US because they have the wrong sounding name or skin color.
Global warming. Like it or the not the North West Passage is opening, growing zones are moving northwards, northern hydro/mineral resources are increasingly becoming more accessable, and tar sands layers are increasingly becoming open to carbon sequesture - similar to Shell's North Sea 'Goldeneye' facility. The North West passage alone is akin to having both the Panama and the Suez Canals working for you - as there is little restriction on the size of the transiting ship.
From the multi-generational viewpoint, the place is looking pretty damn good.
All you have to do is transplant your new generation here; if they subsequently start a family - so much the better.