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The Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism: 40 Years Later

Canada's ongoing effort at self-definition and the historic conflicts to which it has given rise have all the makings of a family squabble. Some 135 years later, the contract that enacted the Confederation is the object of divergent interpretation between the consenting parties. The dispute involves the identification of the signatories themselves. While some insist that there were two equal equal partners (British and French - call them the parents) that signed on to the original deal, others maintain that there several entities (the provinces - call them the extended family) that were contracting parties and not just witnesses of the pact of 1867. Those who joined the Canadian family at a later time (the offspring) have developed their own sense of identity. Not to mention the Grandparents or Elders (our aboriginal peoples) that claim that they were not taken into sufficient account by the contracting parties - however they are defined - and often remind the parents and the offspring that they have collectively erred in this regard.   Contributors: Stéphane Dion, Michael Oliver, Christian Dufour, Matthew Hayday, Jack Jedwab, Simon Langlois, Jocelyn Maclure, Maggie Quirt, James Shea, Michael Temelini, Joseph-G. Turi
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The Summit Series After 40 Years – Reflections on Canadian hockey and identity

Contributors: Paul Henderson, Ron Ellis, Bill White, Gilles Terroux, James Pasternak, Richard Gruneau, Russell Field, Roy MacSkimming, Don Morrow
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The War of 1812: History and the Canadian Identity

Contributors: Luc Lépine, Cecilia Morgan, Keith Herkalo, Donald Cuccioletta, Hector Mackenzie, Jeremy Black, Julie Perrone, Stéphane Lévesque, Timothy Compeau, Robin Jarvis Brownlie, Maurice Basque
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To Know Ourselves: Marking the 40th of the ACS

Contributors: Thomas H.B. Symons, Stuart Murray, Steven Schwinghamer, Randy Boswell, Hector Mackenzie, Catherine Duquette, Penney Clark, Alan Gordon, Marc-André Éthier, David Lefrançois, Donald J. Savoie, Steven J. Toope, David Johnston, Stéphane Dion
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Towards a New Blueprint for Canada’s Recorded Memory

Contributors: Marion Beyea, Marcel Caya, Lara Wilson, Ian E. Wilson, Hervé Déry, Normand Charbonneau, Lois K. Yorke, Ancestry.ca, Tom Nesmith, Michel Banville, Luciana Duranti, Corinne Rogers, Jack Jedwab
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Understanding the Franco-Canadian Reality: The Challenges of Strengthening Identity Through Teaching History

Contributors: Marcel Martel, Diane Gérin-Lajoie, Stéphane Lévesque, Chantal Déry, Sylvain Decelles, Nathalie Piquemal, Yves Labrèche, Nathalie Kermoal, Alexandre Lanoix, Laurie Carlson Berg, Marie-Claude Larouche, Claude Couture, Catherine Duquette, Jules Rocque, Luc Guay, Laura A. Thompson, Paul Zanazanian, Dominique Clément *Most articles are in French
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Wallace Lambert: The Quiet Evolution of Language and Cultural Relations

Contributors: Fred Genesee, Graham Fraser, Canadian Parents for French, John W Berry, Dr. Merrill Swain, Sharon Lapkin, Allan U. Paivo, Robert C. Gardner, Howard Giles, Donna Christian, Jack Jedwab, Richard Y. Bourhis, James Costa, Roy Lyster, Dr. Victor C. Goldbloom, Garth Stevenson, Donald M. Taylor, Reed Scowan, Geneviève Audet, Frédéric Dejean, Marie McAndrew
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Who Controls Canada’s Media?

Contributors: Adrienne Clarkson, Kenneth J. Goldstein, Gordon Fisher, Russel Mills, Lawrence Surtees, Terence Corcoran, Paule Beaugrand-Champagne, Noreen Golfman, Candis Callison, Theirry Giasson, Christopher Dornan
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Who Founded Canada?

Contributors: Randy Boswell, Jocelyn Maclure, Jean Teillet, Jack Jedwab, Sebastein Grammond, Kathleen Mahoney, Avigail Eisenberg, Tom Flanagan, Charmaine A. Nelson
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Whose History for Whose Future?

Contributors: Christopher Dummitt, Jack Jedwab, Jean-Marie Fecteau, Allan Greer, Giles Laporte, Gerald Friesen, J.R. Miller, Jean Teillet, Veronica Strong-Boag, Maria Grever, Patrick Garcia, Maria Grever, Pilci Torsti, Esirma Bilge, Margaret Conrad, Jocelyn Letourneau
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Women and Canada: Struggles, Successes and a Century of Suffrage

Contributors: Celine Cooper, Veronica Strong-Boag, Yolande Cohen, Joan Sangster, Linda McDowell, Merna Forster, Cora J. Voyageur, Sharon Cook, Dr. Rose Fine-Meyer
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