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(Re) Making Confederation: (Re) Imagining Canada

Contributors: Penney Clark, Alan Sears, Stéphane Lévesque, Peter Seixas, Chantal Richard, Margaret Conrad, Connie Wyatt Anderson, Phyllis E. LeBlanc, Alan MacEachern, Timothy J. Stanley
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30 Years of Multiculturalism

Contributors: Tamara Palmer Seiler, Augie Fleras, Joanna Anneke Rummens: Jack Jedwab, Rashmi Luther, Laurie S. Wiseberg, James W. St.G. Walker, John Biles, Peter F. Flegel
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A look at 50 years since the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism

Contributors: Maxwell Yalden, Graham Fraser, Linda Cardinal, François Boileau, Matthew Hayday, Jean-Pierre Corbeil, Michael MacMillan, Jean-Charles St-Louis, Alain-G. Gagnon
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Canada’s Diverse Histories

Contributors: Rose Fine-Meyer, Theodore Christou, Alan Sears, Christian Laville, Phil Ryan, Carla Peck, Rosemary Sadlier, Stéphane Lévesque, Hector Mackenzie, Margaret Wells, Leora Schaefer, Janet Markus
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Canadian Rights and Freedom: 20 Years Under the Charter

A brilliant team of scholars, advocates, judges and legislators examine the Charter from a variety of perspectives. Contributors: Gérald-A. Beaudoin, Derek J. Bell, Catherine Christopher, Gerald L. Gall, Charlene Hiller, Marie-Hélène Giroux, Julius Grey, Jack Jedwab, Serge Joyal, Joseph Eliot Magnet, Sina Ali Muscati, Beverly McLachlin, Alain-Robert Nadeau, Pierre Thibault
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Dual and Diverse?

As Canada entered the twenty-first century it carried with it many unresolved questions relating to its national identity. Over the century the friction in the relationship between Canadians of British and French descent evolved into the difficult  political and constitutional conflict between Quebec and the rest of Canada. The conflict resulted in a near breakup of the country. Contributors: Christl Verduyn, Jack Jedwab, Dyane Adam, John Meisel, Robert Choquette: Arthur Silver, Naïm Kattan, Cornelius J. Jaenen, Jean Lafontant
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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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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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Linguistic Duality, De Jure and De Facto – Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Official Languages Act

Contributors: Miriam Taylor, Diane Gérin-Lajoie, Jack Jedwab, Shana Poplack, Robert J. Talbot, Geoffrey Chambers, Richard Slevinsky, Nathalie Dion, Jean-Philippe Warren, Richard Y. Bourhis, Matthew Hayday, Suzanne Robillard, Jean Johnson, Jean-Pierre Corbeil, Fred Genesee, Basile Roussel
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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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Temporary Foreign Workers

Contributors: Christopher Worswick, Arhtur Sweetman and Casey Warman, Sophia J. Lowe, The Honourable Nancy Allan, Allison Moss, Jill Bucklaschuk and Robert C. Annis,Robert Vineberg, Marie-Hélène Castonguay and Chakib Benzakour, Delphine Nakache, Luin Goldring, Denise Helly Myer Siemiatycki, Eugénie Depatie-Pelletier, Sylvie Gravel et Marie-France Raynault, Jenna L. Hennebry, Patricia Tomic, Ricardo Trumper and Luis L. M. Aguiar, Ricardo Trumper and Lloyd L. Wong, Canadian Council for Refugees ( CCR), Heather Gibb, Yessy Byl, Karl Flecker, Lyle Tomie, Dominique M. Gross, Karla Nievas, Don J. DeVoretz , Philip Martin
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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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