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Nationalist Passions
The 1960s, was an era of heightened nationalist passions in Canada. The country celebrated its 100th anniversary with a party in Montreal and a new flag. ...
CBC: Canada, A People's History
Thirty-hour documentary chronicling Canada's cultural and societal evolution. Includes video clips, episode summaries, teacher's guide and a discussion ...
Canada: A People's History: Explore the Episodes
Canada: A People's History Explore the Episodes. Click on an episode title to learn more about a period in Canada's history. ...
Bringing Down the Barriers
At its heart is the fundamental question: should Canada seek closer trade ties to the United States or should it try to forge its own economic destiny? ...
CANADA: A People's History Crosswords<br> "Hard Times" (Episode #13)
CANADA: A People's History Crosswords "Hard Times" (Episode #13) by Kelly Ann Buchanan .... Star War's Mr. Solo... all jumbled up? 45. Bold word in a memo ...
The Pathfinders
One of the traders was Daniel Harmon, an educated young man from Vermont who was ... he tried to leave his mark, founding a settlement named for himself. ...
Limits of Acceptance
Sikh men often wear beards and turbans as part of their beliefs and traditions. In 1990, Dhillon was accepted into the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) ...
The Rebellion Losses Bill: the First Test
Governor General Elgin approved the controversial Rebellion Losses Bill proposed by political reformers in 1849. (As portrayed in Canada: A People's History ...
1849 - The Burning of Parliament
An angry mob confronted Governor General Elgin after he approved The Rebellion Losses Bill in 1849. (As portrayed in Canada: A People's History) ...
Japanese Internment
Pictured here, a community kitchen at Japanese-Canadian internment camp in Greenwood, B.C., 1943. (National Archives of Canada, C-024452) ...
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