Wednesday, August 03, 2011

This month in Canada's History

This month in Canada's History, features on demon rum, underwater archaeology, women in the RCMP, the Nihilist Spasm Band, and the invention of crokinole. Try to find that lineup anywhere else.

Tina Loo's column gets kinda political, reflecting on forty years of multiculturalism as official policy.  And mine gets kinda apolitical on a related subject, reflecting on the long and now extinct tradition of immigration by ship.

Oh, and Jack Granatstein and Michael Bliss tear a strip of me in the letters column for observation I made in a previous column about their History Wars project at the Royal Ontario Museum.

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