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Loyal to a Fault

Loyal to a Fault

Jean-Philippe Garneau reviews Damien-Claude Bélanger's biography of Quebec's most Tory historian, Thomas Chapais, historien.

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Unserious Ontario

Unserious Ontario

Gone are the days of only learning about dead white men, and of course the new emphasis on Indigenous history is long overdue. Despite talk of “one world,” the wave of concern has never stretched to include the teaching of world history.”

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Shikataganai — Never Again

Shikataganai — Never Again

The more I research the story of the Japanese Canadians, the more I trigger my own memories and recognize that their story is part and parcel of the story of British Columbia, of Canada, and myself.

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Napoleon and the French Canadians

Napoleon and the French Canadians

By Serge Joyal    THERE ARE MANY Napoleons. Aside from the real person who existed and is revered or despised, anything linked to him is bound to attract avid interest. The last of his bicorne hats, belonging to the personal collection of the late Prince Rainier of Monaco, was sold at auction in 2014 for $1.9 million euros ($US 2.3 million). It was bought not by a French, British, or American collector but by Kim Hong-Kuk, the South Korean chairman of the Harim Group, a food conglomerate.(1) The bicorne is now displayed in the atrium of its new headquarters in...

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The new issue is live

The new issue is live

Subscribers only Here's the contents page:

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