1. Historical Research at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
  2. Brian Gettler
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  1. Fasts, Thanksgivings, and Senses of Community in Nineteenth-Century Canada and the British Empire
  2. Joseph Hardwick
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  1. Confederation and Teaching Canadian History
  2. Dimitry Anastakis, Mary-Ellen Kelm
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  1. Perspectives historiques–La Confédération et l'enseignement de l'histoire canadienne
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  1. Confederation in Court: The bna Act as Legal History
  2. Bradley Miller
  3. pp. 708-725
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  1. Marginally Relevant?: The "Fathers of Confederation" and Canadian History
  2. Sasha Mullally
  3. pp. 727-741
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  1. Teaching the West and Confederation: A Saskatchewan Perspective
  2. Bill Waiser
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  1. De la création à la commémoration : le « Désormais. . . » de Paul Sauvé dans l'histoire du Québec, 1959–2010
  2. Alexandre Turgeon
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  1. Recent Work on Canada's Second World War
  2. Robert Engen
  3. pp. 798-808
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  1. Spying on Canadians: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Security Service and the Origins of the Long Cold War by Gregory S. Kealey (review)
  2. David Burke
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  1. Toronto's Poor: A Rebellious History by Bryan D. Palmer and Gaétan Héroux (review)
  2. Alice O'Connor
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  1. We're Going to Run This City: Winnipeg's Political Left after the General Strike by Stefan Epp-Koop (review)
  2. Benjamin Isitt
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  1. Histoire des coureurs de bois : Amérique du Nord, 1600–1840 by Gilles Havard (review)
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  1. Harold Innis Reflects: Memoir and WWI Writings/Correspondence ed. by William J. Buxton, Michael R. Cheney, and Paul Heyer (review)
  2. Jamie Lawson
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  1. The Land Is Our History: Indigeneity, Law, and the Settler State by Miranda Johnson (review)
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  1. Imperial Plots: Women, Land, and the Spadework of British Colonialism on the Canadian Prairies by Sarah Carter (review)
  2. Mary Murphy
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  1. Canada's Rural Majority: Households, Environments, and Economies, 1870–1940 by Ruth Sandwell (review)
  2. Daniel Samson
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  1. The General: A History of the Montreal General Hospital ed. by Joseph Hanaway and John H. Burgess (review)
  2. David Wright
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  1. After the Asylum: The History of Madness in Canada. Après l'asile: L'histoire, de la folie au Canada by Megan Davies (review)
  2. Cheryl Krasnick Warsh
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  1. Canada before Television: Radio, Taste, and the Struggle for Cultural Democracy by Len Kuffert (review)
  2. David Goodman
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  1. For Folk's Sake: Art and Economy in Twentieth-Century Nova Scotia by Erin Morton (review)
  2. Robin Bates
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  1. Bearing Witness: Journalists, Record Keepers and the 1917 Halifax Explosion by Michael Dupuis (review)
  2. Sarah Toye
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  1. Escape Hatch: Newfoundland's Quest for German Industry and Immigration, 1950–1970 by Gerhard P. Bassler (review)
  2. Karen Brglez
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  1. Ice Blink: Navigating Northern Environmental History ed. by Stephen Bocking and Brad Martin (review)
  2. Gabrielle A. Slowey
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  1. The Body or the Soul: Religion and Culture in a Quebec Parish by Frank A. Abbott (review)
  2. Preston Jones
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  1. Recent Publications Relating to Canada
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  1. Erratum
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