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Controversies Over Commemorations


Honour John A. Macdonald’s legacy, warts and all

The Moral Distance of the Past: History, Tragedy, and Ethics at Grand-Pré

MacChe? Kingston prepares for the Macdonald Bicentennial

Celebration as History; History as Celebration

Memory at 100: The First World War Centennial and the Question of Commemoration

The Politics of Memory with Yves Frenette

What is the “Right Way” to commemorate the First World War?

'Mother Canada' statue in Cape Breton – so many questions, so little restraint

Proclamation and Commemoration: The Treaty of Niagara, Royal Proclamation, and a Critical Look at “Creating Canada”

Our prime ministers are worth honouring

John A. Macdonald was a flawed Canadian, but still a great one

Ottawa’s plan to mark world wars has DND wary of spending backlash

Rethinking Canadian history

When Tims is more popular than the Queen, how to tell Canada’s story?

Confederation’s true father? John A. Macdonald

Confederation’s true father? George-Étienne Cartier

Canadians and their Pasts on the Road to Confederation

Is the Conservatives' Canada 150 roadmap out of step with the public?

The Great War left more than one legacy

Sir John A. Macdonald birthday celebrations set off Twitter debate

We can all be inspired by Sir John A. Macdonald

January 11th is Sir John A. Day

Sir John A.’s relationship with Aboriginals needs a closer look



History in the Classroom: A Teacher Speaks

Richard J Evans: Michael Gove shows his ignorance of history – again

Michael Gove Attacked For 'Blackadder' Comments On 'Left-Wing' Whitewash Of WW1 History

Britain entering first world war was 'biggest error in modern history'



World War One: 10 interpretations of who started WW1

Teaching the first world war: what Europe's pupils learn about the conflict