Canada as a country was born on July 1st 1867 when five formerly independent provinces joined together into one nation. Canada was born not only out of a need for defense against aggressive America…
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Portrays the nuclear cold war between the U.S. and Russia. Both countries had the power and ability to bomb the other,but would not, for fear of retaliation. This gave the Cold War its name, because there was no real fighting.
This Month in Canadian Herstory - April
A cartoon from the Archives of Ontario, about women fighting for the right to vote. They wouldn't get it for another 7 years. Hard to believe we've had the vote for less than a century.
Canadian WWI Political Cartoons
Snapshots of Canada’s Past: History is more than just words on a screen or from a textbook; this series is a thematic look back at Canadian history through visual imagery. Eye-catching posters were…
Free Trade Deals Put Profits over Public Interest | The Tyee
Free Trade Deals Put Profits Over Public Interest 'Poison pill' strategy ties hands of future governments. By Murray Dobbin, Yesterday, TheTyee.ca
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Sir John A. Macdonald’s Complex Legacy
Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald at 55, (1870). January 11, 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Sir John Alexander Macdonald. As the first Prime Minister of Canada and one of the F…