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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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The 'Settler' Nonsense

The 'Settler' Nonsense

There is much creepy virtue-signaling in whites abasing themselves as “settlers.” But there is no road forward because, fundamentally, it is a collectivist concept. This approach blames some people not for what they did but for what somebody like them did. It absolves others of all blame based on skin colour and falsifies their ancestors’ history.

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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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The new issue is live

The new issue is live

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Alberta’s Little History War

Alberta’s Little History War

  JASON KENNEY, SWORN in as Alberta Premier on Apr. 30, should not only cancel the revised social studies curriculum drafted under Rachel Notley since 2016. He should scrap the extant 2005 curriculum too, and do what he can to shift the teaching philosophy behind it. Kenney re-entered the History Wars with finely-calibrated counterattacks in 2016-17, renewed this year on Feb. 16, against “social engineering and pedagogical fads.” He should now bring forward the reserve guns. Mandatory testing to the end of Grade 12 is laudable and should continue. The deeper problem lies in the current thematic approach to history and...

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