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Historical Consciousness

Contributors: David Thelen, Jack Jedwab, Thomas Bender, Françoise Lantheaume, Susan Condor, Raphaël Gani, Laurie Carlson Berg, Stéphane Lévesque, Jocelyn Létourneau
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Immigration and Families

Contributors: Lorna Bailie, Jean Bergeron, Dominic Boyd, Martin Collacott, Pam Daniel, Jenet Dench, Johanne Denis, Rell De Shaw, Sara Dorow, Carole Marie Fournier, Jack Jedwab, Stan Kustec, Juan Manuel Toro Lara, Terry Lepatsky, Laura Lewis-Watts, Arlene Tigar Mclaren, Moorferah Merali, Stephanie Potter, Geraldine Pratt, Monte Solberg, Arthur Sweetman, Andrew Telegdi, Jessie Thomson, Triadafilos Triadafilopoulos, Madine Vanderplaa, Michele Vatz Laaroussi
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Immigration and the Intersections of Diversity

Contributors: Francoise Armand, Robert Armstrong, Jason Azmier, Morton Beiser, Chedly Belkhodja, Paul Bramadat, Diane Dagenais, Colleen Dempsey, Douglas Durst, Rick Enns, Michael Farrell, J.S. Frideres, Grace-Edward Galabuzi, Sophie Gravel, Feng Hou, Razia Jaffer, Jack Jedwab, Fran Klodawsky, Audrey Kobayashi, Jean Lock Kunz, Solange Lefebvre, Clarence Lochhead, Patrick MacKenzie, Joseph Mensah, Linda Ogilvie, Jacqueline Oxman-Martinez, Valerie Preston, Mythili Rajiva, Brian Ray, Myrta Reyes, Myer Siemiatycki, Hieu Van Ngo, Joanna Anneke Rummens, Kareem D. Sadiq, Grant Schellenberg, Barbara Schleifer, Evangelia Tastsoglou, Marika Willms, Tracy Wityk
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Immigration: Opportunities and Challenges

The term "branding" which at one time evoked images of hot irons and bawling cattle has come to mean the perceived set of qualities that renders something unique...that distinguishes an entity from other, similar entities. For obvious reasons, "branding" has long been of concern to the private sector where companies work hard to differentiate their products from those of their competitors. More recently, however, the term has found its way into our policy discourse. We thus find public officials talking about how to "brand" Canada in today's global world: how to create and sustain an image of the country that is both appealing and true, an image that attracts outsiders, creates interest and produces a willingness to do business and to partner with Canada in shared ventures, be they political or economic. Contributors: Dyane Adam, Jean Augustine, John Biles, Meyer Burstein, Richard Bourhis, Paul W. R. Bowlby, Denis Coderre, François Crépeau, Howard Duncan, Rosaline Frith, Shiva S. Halli, Daniel Hiebert, Abdolmohammad Kazemipur, Jean Lock Kunz, Peter S. Li, Annie Montreuil, Elizabeth Ruddick, Anver Saloojee, Myer Siemiatycki, Daniel Stoffman, Arthur Sweetman
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Jackie Robinson’s Unforgettable Summer of Baseball in Montreal

It was in 1946 that Jackie Robinson played his extraordinary summer of baseball with the Triple A Montreal Royals affiliate of the Brooklyn Dodgers. It was the year prior to his 1947 breakthrough as America’s first ever Black player in Major League Baseball. Robinson’s achievement is a seminal event in the history of the sport that was described as America’s favourite pastime. But breaking baseball’s colour barrier was also a transformational event in the advancement of the civil rights movement in the United States. A decade before Rosa Parks went down in history for her heroic 1955 refusal to give up her seat and move to the back of a Montgomery city bus, Robinson refused to give up his seat and move to the back of a US Army bus when ordered to do so. Twentieth-century civil rights champion Martin Luther King Jr. described Jackie Robinson as an important contributor to his extraordinary achievements.

Journeys of a Generation: Broadening the Aboriginal Well-Being Policy Research Agenda

Contributors: Dan Beavon, Daniel Jette, Martin Cooke, Eric Guimond, Norbert Robitaille, Sacha Senecal, Stewart Clatworthy, Rachel Eni, Tara Trakash, Michelle Mann, Jessica Ball, Cheryl Aman, Cherly Matthew, Jeremy Hill, Chantelle Richmond, Marc Fonda, Jack Jedwab, Russell Lapointe, Nikolaos L. Liodakis, Bert Waslander, Erik Anderson
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Laurier

Special edition of Canadian Issues which is devoted to the political career of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Contributors: Blair Neatby, Arthur Silver, Réal Bélanger, Jack Jedwab, Irving Abella, Jack Granatstein
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Made to Measure: Statistics Canada @100

Contributors: Randy Boswell, Jan Kestle, Dylan Saunders, Raymond Théberge, Musah Khalid, Michael Haan, Martha Patterson, Katherine Wall, Robert Talbot, Doug Norris, Sen. Donna Dasko, Myriam Hazel, Gustave Goldmann, Jack Jedwab
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Mapping 1812 – A teaching guide by the Association for Canadian Studies

Contributors: J.I. Little, Donald Cuccioletta, Susan W. Hardwick, Barbara J. Messamore, Cecilia Morgan, Luc Lépine, Hector Mackenzie
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Memories of War: Remembering Canada

Contributors: Hector Mackenzie, Richard Jensen, The Association of Canadian Studies, Jack Jedwab, Béatrice Richard, Sam Allison, Douglas Davis, Stephen Ogden, Amanda Kelly, Jocelyn Létourneau
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New Frontiers in our History: 100 Years of Alberta and Saskatchewan in Confederation – The Past, Present and Future

Contributors: Lynda Haverstock, Ian E. Wilson, Stuart Wachowicz, Sarah Carter, Bill Waiser, David Hall, Jennifer Brown, Jean Teillet, Claude Couture, John Herd Thompson, Tamara Palmer Seiler, Gerald Friesen
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Newcomers, Minorities and Political Participation in Canada – Getting a Seat at the Table

Contributors: Erin Tolley, John Biles, Gina Bishop, Annamie Paul, Fariborz Birjandian, Pierre Robert Cyr, Hussien A?. Hamdani, Karman Bhatti, Nabila F. Munawar, Tanis Crosby, Clarence Lochhead, Avvy Go, Debbie Douglas, Goldy Hyder, Lara Winnemore, Livianna Toussutti, Ailsa Henderson, Brian Tanguay, Steven Bitttle, Jack Jedwab, Myer Siemiatycki, Ian Andrew Matheson, Patricia Rimok, Jim Gurnett, Karen Bird, Sheila Dhillon, Anthony Sayers, Inayat Jetha, Bruce Clemenger
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