restricted access   Volume 51, Number 2, Spring/printeps 2017

Table of Contents

“An Ocean of Noise”: H.E. Reilley and the Making of a Legitimate Social Problem, 1911–45

pp. 261-288

Boil-Water Advisories and Federal (In)Action: The Politics of Potable Water in Pikangikum First Nation

pp. 289-310

Réception de la littérature canadienne traduite versle russe de 1945 à 1991 et représentations du Canada en URSS par le truchement de sa littérature

pp. 311-337

The Radio Host and Piloted Listening in the Digital Age: CBC Radio 3 and Its Online Listening Community

pp. 338-361

Changing the Subject: The TRC, Its National Events, and the Displacement of Substantive Reconciliation in Canadian Media Representations

pp. 362-397

God’s Garden: Nature, Order, and the Presbyterian Conception of the British North American “Wilderness”

pp. 398-433

“We See Hard Times Ahead of Us”: York Factory and Indigenous Life in the Western Hudson Bay Region, 1880–1925

pp. 434-460

National Identity, Club Citizenship, and the Formation of the Canadian Wheelman’s Association, 1883–87

pp. 461-484

Debating Bill C-18: An Analysis of Power and Discourse in Parliamentary Proceedings on Canada’s Agricultural Growth Act

pp. 485-519

Review / Compte Rendus

“Common Disaster”?!: Three Works Revealing the Importance of Inuit Presence and Inuit Oral History [On the Writings about the Man in Charge / the Men Aboard / the Unceasing Searching for the Erebus and Terror]

pp. 520-532

The Interface between Law and Religion in Canada

pp. 533-546