Where We Stand
"The argument is not about the past. It is about the present. The post-modern jihadis are determined that our public spaces and discourse be purged of any memory of how people saw things in the past. ...
"Their enemy is not dead people but living people who appreciate how our world was built, by people who got much right."
— John Pepall, contributing editor
"I can't help but admire the 'relevance' of much of what it does. It's something other historical periodicals in Canada could learn from."
— Prof. C. Dummitt, Trent University
On the right --> An excerpt from our Manifesto, published in our première issue, Spring-Summer 2011. Read the full issue here and try us out!
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The Cancellation of a High School Teacher →
Do our Indigenous people own Canada? The irrelevance of the Doctrine of Discovery →
China's History as Destiny →
India must get rid of its hatred for the Raj →
How the English Invented the Scots
An old favourite! The obvious, belaboured role played by Scots in shaping Canada is really a facet of their wider role as empire-builders, writes C.P. Champion. The intertwined history of Scots and English suggests that if misery can make for strange bedfellows, so too can shared interests.
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“I can’t help but admire the ‘relevance’ of much of what it does. It’s something other historical periodicals in Canada could learn from.”
- Professor Christopher Dummitt, Trent University