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Thirstan Falconer 13m
Former PM Joe Clark attempted to do this in 1979 and faced significant backlash
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The Adventures of Johnny Canuck TM 48m
Who is ready for hearing more about the adventures of Johnny Canuck, busy saving the day the Canadian way!
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John Baeten 1h
Some interesting and a reminder to bring adequate supplies when flying across remote territory with an unexperienced pilot! Helen Klaben Kahn, Survivor of a 49-Day Yukon Ordeal, Dies at 76
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ActiveHistory.ca 47m
New History Slam Podcast Episode: , & Megan Reilly-Boyes talk all about Christmas Toy Fads
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Steven Schwinghamer 22h
Everything old is (maybe) new again? ICR / built the South End Ocean Terminals, including , but within months much of the property was transferred to the new Halifax Harbour Commissioners (1928).
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CSN-RÉC 20h
Thank you once again Unwritten Histories: Canadian History Roundup – Week of December 2, 2018
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Nathan Tye Dec 10
"The closure of the Saskatoon branch of the PAS will mean that the public will have less direct access to these historical records." -
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography Dec 10
Bio of the Day: George Buckland, born 1804, was a prominent agriculturalist. He taught at and was instrumental in the establishment of the Ontario Agricultural College near Guelph, Ontario.
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(((William Coney))) Dec 10
Replying to @WilliamConey
This letter (and the statement therein) has been quite well known in - but wanted to go further Black Refugees had hoped for land to settle as farmers - Lord Dal did nothing to help, providing unequal assistance to them in comparison to white refugees
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ben bradley Dec 7
an interesting-looking book about the portrayal of on the , forthcoming from @scholarmqup:
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Chris Lamothe Dec 7
I love this line by (Lord) Baden Powell: “…it is a hard life up there in the back of beyond…” on the inside cover of The Beaver, circa 1934, but “From Mountie Foot-Warmer to Playboy at Banff” wins for best subhead.
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography Dec 10
From , it's their 2018 Book & Gift Guide!
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Canadian Historical Review Dec 7
The new issue of CHR is available now, with articles on the workers in Ontario, the organization Gays of Ottawa (GO), the first Canadian bank strike, and more. Read it now at
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Jessica Knapp Dec 4
Replying to @jessmknapp
Processing the response to this question is a significant step in checking in on and reflecting on your goals and ambitions within your career and your life. Big stuff!
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography 24h
Bio of the Day: John Labatt learned the recipe for while apprenticed to a brewer in West Virginia, an experience that would influence him for the rest of his business life. -
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TSHarrison Dec 10
Good thread for tomorrow, officially Statute of Westminster Day, in &
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Andrea Eidinger, Ph.D. Dec 7
New blog post! Upcoming Publications in Canadian History – December 2018
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Dr. Gregory Klages Dec 10
History Slam Podcast Episode #92 (Jan. 2017): & on "The Many Deaths of ."
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Shona Cook Dec 10
This is a terrific interview, especially Tim’s perspective on writing history in a way that is accessible and compelling (without losing the academic research and quality).
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Sean Carleton Dec 6
Ottawa poised to compensate Indigenous survivors of physical, sexual abuse at 700 day schools:
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