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Book Review: Journalist Henri Bourassa was the most hated man in Canada during the First World War — or, to clarify, the most despised public figure in English Canada.
Book Review: Gregory S. Kealey argues that unwarranted and often-paranoid domestic surveillance and, at times, outright repression have very deep historical roots.
Book Review: Canada’s border is pockmarked with disputes, and in 1839 the line between Maine and New Brunswick nearly provoked war between the United States and Britain. This dispute is the subject of Gary Campbell’s The Aroostook War of 1839.
Book Review: Part history book and part guidebook, this short read is beautifully illustrated with archival and contemporary photos as well as detailed maps. The pages are filled with stories of men who served during the war, adding a personal touch to an overwhelming event.