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National Dreams

Myth, Mystery, and Canadian History

As Canadians, we remember the stories told to us in high-school history class as condensed images of the past—the glorious Mountie, the fearsome Native, the Last Spike. National … 217 View

Making Tracks

The Myth of CPR

From: National Dreams

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The myth of the CPR as creator of the country is, in fact, as old as the railway itself, which is not surprising given that it was the railway itself which created the myth. The mundane act of … 39 $1.17 Add
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The Grand Delusion

From: Humanizing the Economy

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Homo Economicus Industrialization and Social Defence 24 $2.40 Add
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The Sway From the Bay, 1821–1889

From: North of Superior

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Looks at the transformation of Northwestern Ontario during this time from a fur-trade hinterland to one whose primary purpose was to serve the industrial needs of the south. Analyzes how this … ; 24 $2.40 Add
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Great White Hope

The Myth of North

From: National Dreams

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There have been writers, politicians, intellectuals who believed that it was its northernness which made Canada distinct. The "cult of the North" gained coherent expression for the … 46 $1.84 Add
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Northwestern Ontario Since the 1980s

From: North of Superior

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Looks at the change in perception in the late 1980s to a worry of jobs leaving the region. Analyzes the decline of industrialism, post-industrial changes and the rise of Aboriginal Influence. ; 8 $0.80 Add
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The Bureaucrat’s Indian

From: The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

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For many decades, government Indian policy was premised on an image of the Indian as inferior. Officials repeatedly described Indians as children. Like children, Indians could not be given full … 48 $1.92 Add
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The Bureaucrat’s Indian

From: The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

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For many decades, government Indian policy was premised on an image of the Indian as inferior. Officials repeatedly described Indians as children. Like children, Indians could not be given full … 48 $1.92 Add