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Official Language Minority Futures

Contributors: Graham Fraser, François Boileau, Raymond Théberge, Maurice Basque, Raymond-M. Hébert, James Archibald, Richard Y. Bourhis, Marie-Joie Brady, Stacy Churchill, Claude Couture, Kevine Dobie, Victor C. Goldbloom, Monica Heller, Gino Leblanc, Ghislaine Pilon, Chantal Webster
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Our Cities

Contributors: Mel Lastman, Gérald Tremblay, Peter Kelly, Douglas Norris, Cindy-Ann Bryant, Larry Bourne, Maurice Beaudin, Rodrigue Landry, Sylvia Bashevkin, Raphël Fischler, Jino Distasio, Andrew Sancton, David Crombie , Glenn Miller, Vera Danyluk, The Assembly of First Nations, Ron Keenberg
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Our Immigration Saga: Canada @150

Contributors: Randy Boswell, Monica MacDonald, Jack Jedwab, Morton Weinfeld, Madeline Ziniak, Linton Garner, Myer Siemiatycki, Avvy Go, Dora Nipp, Timothy J. Stanley, Steve Schwinghamer, Ratna Ghosh, Victor Armony, Farid Rohani
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Our Vanishing Industries

Although Canada ceased being a rural society a long time ago, many of the remaining rural communities are in danger of disappearing. With the depletion of many of the resources such as fish and minerals and the tremendous changes in agriculture, many communities have simply lost their reason to exist. Whether in Newfoundland, Cape Breton, the Gaspé, across the Prairies or in British Columbia, communities that have depended on the resource sector are vanishing. This issue of Canadian Issues/Thèmes Canadiens examines this important Canadian problem. Contributors : Steven High, Anthony Davis, David Frank, John C. O’donnell’ Judy Piercey, Pat Chamut, Dan Edwards, Cherly Wilson, Melvin Baker, Johanne Castonguay, Rick Beaton, Ingeborg Boyens, Leonard J. Evenden
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Perspectives on the History of Education in Canada

Contributors: Jean-Pierre Proulx, Jean-Philippe Warren, Paul W. Bennett, Jean-Philippe Croteau, Erica Neeganagwedgin, Aïcha Benimmas, Larry Prochner, Amy von Heyking, Paul Axelrod, Michael Welton, Theodore Michael Christou, Garfield Gini-Newman
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Presence of the Past

Contributors: Hector Mackenzie, Jean Barman, Peter Waite, Margaret Conrad, Alvin Finkel, Jean-Francois Cardin, George Sioui, Denis Vaugeois, Victor Rabinovitch, Ian E. Wilson, Serge Courville, Cecilia Morgan, Desmond Morton, Dawn Williams, Gerald Friesen, Jack Jedwab
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Sport and Canadian Identity

All of these articles exemplify the kind of interest that sport is attracting among young scholars in Canada who are concerned, in one way or another, with the connections between contemporary culture and popular identities. Contributors: Raymond-M. Hébert, David Whitson, Jean Harvey, Marc Lavoie, Jim Silver, Kevin B. Wamsley, Anouk Bélanger, Mark Douglas Lowes, Mélisse Lafrance, Jack Jedwab, Christine Dallaire, Grégory Slogar, Robert Israel
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The Battleground of Remembrance: Struggles At the Intersection of Canadian War History and Public Me

Contributors: Randy Boswell, Jeremy Diamond, Jonathan F. Vance, Jack Jedwab, John English, Laura Brandon, Serge Bernier, Terry Copp, Jamie Swift
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The Charter of Rights and Freedoms in Canadian Society: 1982-2007

Contributors: Michaelle Jean, J.J.Michel Robert, Jack Jedwab, Martha Jackman, Bruce Porter, Lucie Lamarche, A. Wayne Mackey, Karen Eltis, Jim W. Doig, Jack Jedwab, Irwin Cotler, Ingride Roy, Errol P. Mendes, Gilles Paquet, Mark Rush, Christopher P. Manfredi, David M. Paciocco, Graham Fraser, Julius H. Grey, Paul Chartrand, Gerlad Gall, Paul Bramadat, Alia Hogben, John White, Charles Blattberg
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The Futuristic Past: Technology, Memory and History in the Age of AI

For a journalist and writer of popular history, these are pretty exciting times. Background information that used to take many hours or even days to com- pile can now be gathered online in mere minutes. Instead of roaming library shelves, interviewing experts or semi-randomly scrolling through micro- film of 19th-century newspapers, I can instantly, directly and efficiently tap remarkably rich veins of research through Google Books, newspapers. com, biographi.ca (that’s the digital version of the wonderful Dictionary of Canadian Biography), thecanadianencyclopedia.ca and, yes, the much- mocked but incredibly useful Wikipedia. Then there’s Library and Archives Canada’s amazing web portal to so much of the country’s digitized documentary heritage, including countless historical photographs and other vintage images. Toss in a few other treasure troves — the Virtual Museum of Canada, canadiana.ca, ancestry.ca, archive.org — and it’s no exaggeration to say that, today, the nation’s and even the world’s history is essentially at my fingertips.
Contributors: Randy Boswell, Dr. Guy Berthiaume, Dr. Jaigris Hodson, Moysés Marcos, Benjamin C. Storm, Dr. Stéphane Lévesque, Anthony Wilson-Smith, Jack Jedwab, Ian Milligan, Deborah Morrison, Dr. Nancy Salay, Robert Cassidy
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The Impact of Digital Technology on Canadian Culture

Contributors: Victor Rabinovitch, Jacques Bensimon, Joy Cohnstaedt, Marcel Fournier, Will Straw, Darin Barney, Michael Geist, Marco Adria, Jack Jedwab, Karen Yigit, Minelle Mahtani, Michael Rushton, Martin Rose, Katherine Watson, Nicolas Gachon
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