Posts Tagged ‘ Long Journey to a Canadian Republic ’

Pausing in Ontario election campaign to consider prospect that PM Stephen Harper and PM Justin Trudeau may (in some ways) be similar federal leaders?

May 10th, 2022 | By | Category: In Brief

COUNTERWEIGHTS EDITORS. GANATSEKWYAGON, ON. MAY 10, 2022. Just as the Ontario provincial election campaign finally starts showing some (half?) life (maybe?), we’ve at long last just received the last narrative chapter in Randall White’s work in progress, Children of the Global Village : Democracy in Canada Since 1497. It is called “‘An object lesson to […]



France in America and the first people who called themselves Canadians

Jan 10th, 2015 | By | Category: Heritage Now

Modern Canada begins with contact between North American aboriginal or first nations peoples and seaborne Europeans in the 16th century. (There was earlier contact of this sort, more than a half century before the 1066 Norman Conquest in England – as described by Plate 16 in the 1987 first volume of the Historical Atlas of […]