1. Population Control in the “Global North”?: Canada’s Response to Indigenous Reproductive Rights and Neo-Eugenics
  2. Erika Dyck, Maureen Lux
  3. pp. 481-512
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  1. The Meanings of Mercy: Wife Assault and Spousal Murder in Post-Second World War Canada
  2. Joan Sangster
  3. pp. 513-545
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  1. Humanitarian Gesture: Canada and the Tibetan Resettlement Program, 1971–5
  2. Jan Raska
  3. pp. 546-575
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  1. Colonial Relations: The Douglas-Connolly Family and the Nineteenth Century Imperial World by Adele Perry (review)
  2. Ann McGrath
  3. pp. 576-578
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  1. Aqueduct: Colonialism, Resources, and the Histories We Remember by Adele Perry (review)
  2. Andrew Biro
  3. pp. 578-580
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  1. So They Want Us to Learn French: Promoting and Opposing Bilingualism in English-Speaking Canada by Matthew Hayday (review)
  2. Serge Miville
  3. pp. 580-583
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  1. Citizen Trudeau: An Intellectual Biography, 1944–1965 by Allen Mills (review)
  2. Christo Aivalis
  3. pp. 583-585
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  1. Along a River: The First French-Canadian Women by Jan Noel (review)
  2. Dominique Deslandres
  3. pp. 585-587
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  1. Abuse or Punishment? Violence toward Children in Quebec Families, 1850–1969 by Marie-Aimée Cliche (review)
  2. Tamara Myers
  3. pp. 587-589
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  1. Nettoyer Montréal : les campagnes de moralité publique, 1940–1954 by Mathieu Lapointe (review)
  2. Jean-Philippe Carlos
  3. pp. 590-591
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  1. The Fate of Labour Socialism: The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and the Dream of a Working-Class Future by James Naylor (review)
  2. Nelson Wiseman
  3. pp. 592-594
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  1. Escape from the Staple Trap: Canadian Political Economy after Left Nationalism by Paul Kellogg (review)
  2. Matthew Evenden
  3. pp. 594-596
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  1. A Canadian Girl in South Africa: A Teacher’s Experiences in the South African War, 1899–1902 by E. Maud Graham (review)
  2. Carman Miller
  3. pp. 596-597
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  1. Holocaust Survivors in Canada: Exclusion, Inclusion, Transformation, 1947–1955 by Adara Goldberg (review)
  2. Lisa M. Todd
  3. pp. 597-599
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  1. Human Rights in Canada: A History by Dominique Clément (review)
  2. Laura Madokoro
  3. pp. 599-601
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  1. Civic Symbol: Creating Toronto’s New City Hall, 1952–1966 by Christopher Armstrong (review)
  2. John Lorinc
  3. pp. 606-609
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  1. Family Ties: Living History in Canadian House Museums by Andrea Terry (review)
  2. J.M. McCutcheon
  3. pp. 609-611
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  1. Kouchibougouac Removal, Resistance and Remembrance at a Canadian National Park by Ronald Rudin (review)
  2. Sheila Andrew
  3. pp. 611-613
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  1. Recent Publications Relating to Canada
  2. Stéphanie O’Neill
  3. pp. 614-628
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