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Vimy Vimy (Paperback)
by (shelved 7 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 4.32 — 741 ratings — published 1986
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Louis Riel Louis Riel (Paperback)
by (shelved 4 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 3.87 — 3,462 ratings — published 2003
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Curse Of The Narrows Curse Of The Narrows (Hardcover)
by (shelved 4 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 4.02 — 777 ratings — published 2005
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Champlain's Dream Champlain's Dream (Hardcover)
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avg rating 4.21 — 842 ratings — published 2008
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Bride of New France Bride of New France (Paperback)
by (shelved 3 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 3.24 — 2,647 ratings — published 2011
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Two Generals Two Generals (Hardcover)
by (shelved 3 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 4.10 — 468 ratings — published 2010
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Big Bear Big Bear (Hardcover)
by (shelved 3 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 3.72 — 54 ratings — published 2008
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While Canada Slept: How We Lost Our Place in the World While Canada Slept: How We Lost Our Place in the World (Paperback)
by (shelved 3 times as canadian-history)
avg rating 3.38 — 114 ratings — published 2003
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Story of Canada Story of Canada (Paperback)
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avg rating 4.37 — 49 ratings — published 1992
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The Orenda The Orenda (Hardcover)
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avg rating 4.31 — 7,564 ratings — published 2013
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Why I Hate Canadians Why I Hate Canadians (Hardcover)
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avg rating 3.75 — 722 ratings — published 1999
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And No Birds Sang And No Birds Sang (Paperback)
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avg rating 4.14 — 832 ratings — published 1979
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“For [Stephen] Harper, a national daycare plan bordered on being a socialist scheme, a phrase he had once used to describe the Kyoto Protocol on climate change. For [Paul] Martin, whose plan would have transferred to the provinces $5 billion over five years, the national program was what Canadianism was all about. "Think about it this way," [Martin] said. "What if, decades ago, Tommy Douglas and my father and Lester Pearson had considered the idea of medicare and then said, 'Forget it! Let's just give people twenty-five dollars a week.' You want a fundamental difference between Mr. Harper and myself? Well, this is it.”
Lawrence Martin, Harperland: The Politics of Control

“Born of antimodern sentiment, the summer camp was ultimately a modern phenomenon, a "therapeutic space" as much dependent on the city, the factory, and "progress" to define its parameters as on that intangible but much lauded entity called nature. In short, the summer camp should best be read not as a simple rejection of modern life, but, rather, as one of the complex negotiations of modernity taking place in mid-twentieth century Canada.”
Sharon Wall, The Nurture of Nature: Childhood, Antimodernism, and Ontario Summer Camps, 1920-55

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