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British newspaper salutes Canada
Salute to a brave and modest nation - Kevin Myers , 'The Sunday Telegraph' LONDON
Canada in 1865
By Charles MacKay LL.D. MacKay was a famous editor and journalist and this is part of his report when he visited Canada in 1864 to report on what Canadians thought of Confederation.
On Top of the World
An interesting article on how Canadians have never felt so upbeat about the future written by Nicholas Kohler (pdf file)
The Men of the Last Frontier
By Grey Owl (1932)
The Roots of Survival
The change of empire in 18th-century Quebec could have meant the end of French culture in the province, but a tolerant governor and emerging egalitarian ideas showed another way by Louisa Blair.
Marble Island and the North West Coast of Hudson's Bay
By Robert Bell, B.A.Sc, M.D., LL.D., Assistant Director of the Geological Survey of Canada (pdf)
Peculiarities and External Relations of the Gaelic Language
By David Spence in the Proceedings of the Canadian Institute (pdf)
A Backwoods Christmas
A Homely Sketch of how Christmas was kept in old Ontario by Augustus Bridle (1910) (pdf)
Proceedings of the Canadian Institute
Part of the 1889/90 volume with many articles (pdf)
A novel by Maggie Toner
Robert Atkinson Fox
Commercial Artist
That was His Birthright
Gaelic Scholar Alexander Maclean Sinclair (1840-1924). A dissertation presented by Michael David Linkletter (2006) (pdf)
Janovicek, Nancy. “Seeds of Knowledge From Back-to-the-Land to Urban Gardening.”
In: “Environmental Knowledge, Environmental Politics,” edited by Jonathan Clapperton and Liza Piper, RCC Perspectives: Transformations in Environment and Society 2016, no. 4, 33–40. (pdf)

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