Wilfred Campbell (1860-1918) was a Canadian poet, and lived in Ontario. You can read about him here.
I'm ashamed to admit that I hadn't heard of him before. But these few verses from his poem The World-Mother (Scotland) appealed to me (if we ignore the fact that for each of the Scotsmen who moved away, there were an equal number of Scotswomen with them who contributed just as much!). Of course his poetry is of its time and appears very old fashioned and romanticising to us today. But in this year of Homecoming Scotland I thought that the last line was quite apt.