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Andrea Eidinger, Ph.D. 25s
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Craig Gibson 5h
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Tina Loo 10h
Please RT: Call for Papers: Teaching and Learning After the !
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Confederation Debate 14h
G. Brown believed a was critical to the new union.
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Canada's History 7h
McKay shrugs. “It is perhaps expecting too much in asking this generation of butchers to come up to any reasonable standard of sanitation. Life is too short to hope to teach men so little ashamed of their unsavoury surroundings.”
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Blake Brown 11h
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4+1: Support continues for stronger controls of handguns in Winnipeg. Recent survey shows that 75% of Winnipeg residents want urgent action on banning handguns
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography 6h
By far the most popular biography on our site, Louis Riel - Métis spokesman, regarded as the founder of , teacher, and leader of the North-West rebellion - was born 1844.
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography 10h
Canadians largely unaware of the country’s most historically significant women, new poll finds:
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Kristine Alexander Oct 18
Happily thinking over a days' worth of great conversations about the future of at the ...it was also a real treat to be introduced by/catch up with superstar alum/ PhD student !
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Confederation Debate Oct 19
sounded better to John A Macdonald. "Assiniboia" was "rather too long."
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Maddie Knickerbocker 10h
Big (belated?) congratulations to for winning the very first HV Nelles award for her very cool research into human rights museums in Canada and abroad.
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Eric Story 6h
Las week I got a chance to interview 's Tim Cook about popular and academic history, his writing process and his new book The Secret History of Soldiers. I'm really excited for you all to hear it on the podcast!
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography 14h
Bio of the Day: Henry Melville Whitney was born 1839. The coal and steel industry that he promoted left an indelible mark on Cape Breton Island. Read more:
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ben bradley Oct 18
i hope the article is the preview to another monograph?
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Blake Brown Oct 17
Replying to @RBlakeBrown
2/4 "...particularly those capable of concealment" Why? Winnipeg Free Press said "There is little need, in these days of efficient policy protection, for the average citizen to own a revolver of pistol."
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Gail Dever Oct 21
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Blake Brown 11h
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2/2 1st Cartoon from 1976 shows Pierre Trudeau as "Big Brother" who has taken Canadians guns. He demands the hunter demean himself by rolling over. Second image shows common view of some owners in 1990s that gun registry would lead to confiscation
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University Affairs 9h
Why this librarian is uncovering the lives of war dead
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ben bradley Oct 16
itd be really nice to do a workshop or small conference on the 1970s and . seems like more than ten years ago that everyone was all over the 1960s...
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Michael Egan Oct 20
Two days late & a toonie short. From Eduardo Galeano’s Children of the Days.
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