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Heritage Collection: Nationalism and French Canada

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It is difficult to imagine a Canada without Quebec or Quebec without Canada. This resource offers primary documents that will help the reader to gain a better understanding of the long and storied relationship between Canada’s two founding cultures.

  • ISBN: 9780921156819
  • Author: Charles Leskun
  • 48 pages
  • Ages: 8-12, 12+

It is difficult to imagine a Canada without Quebec or Quebec without Canada. Yet on 30 October 1995, Bandanas from coast to coast were watching national television coverage "Separation Night in Canada." Canadians/Canadiens anxiously viewed the referendum tallies as they came in from across the province of Quebec. By evening's end, Canada was held together by the slimmest of margins. What had brought Canada to the precipice? What does the future hold for this country? With these questions in mind, this resource offers primary documents that will help the reader to gain a better understanding of the long and storied relationship between Canada's two founding cultures.

THE CANADIAN HERITAGE COLLECTION explores 20th Century Canadian history through primary source documents. Each volume focuses on a central theme and is organized by decade to show the unique flavour of the period, its appearance and mood, the defining issues and events, and prominent people who shaped it.

Weight 0.2 kg
Dimensions 22.9 × 0.5 × 30.5 cm
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