Topic: canadian history


New Passport Design Leaves out Canada’s Diversity

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new security features and watermarks,¬†which Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird claims ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new ... [ more ]

by Librarian Karen In July 2013, Passport Canada introduced a re-designed passport containing new security features and watermarks,¬†which Foreign ... [ more ]

My Reality: Racism in Academia, Then and Now

by Emily Yakashiro One year ago I had the privilege of graduating from the University of British Columbia with my Bachelor of Arts. More ... [ more ]

by Emily Yakashiro One year ago I had the privilege of graduating from the ... [ more ]

by Emily Yakashiro One year ago I had the privilege of graduating from the University of British Columbia with ... [ more ]

Transforming Heritage Minutes

by Jarrah Hodge This is the third part in my anti-racist feminist analysis of Canada’s Heritage Minutes ads. Click here for Part I or ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge This is the third part in my anti-racist feminist analysis of ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge This is the third part in my anti-racist feminist analysis of Canada’s Heritage Minutes ads. Click ... [ more ]

Heritage Minutes II: Part of Whose Heritage?

by Jarrah Hodge In my last post I wrote about how Canadian Heritage Minutes talked about (white) women’s history. I did a quick calculation ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge In my last post I wrote about how Canadian Heritage Minutes ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge In my last post I wrote about how Canadian Heritage Minutes talked about (white) women’s history. ... [ more ]

A Part of Our Heritage?

by Jarrah Hodge Most Canadian kids of the 80s and early 90s will remember the “Part of Our Heritage” ads produced by Charles Bronfman’s ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Most Canadian kids of the 80s and early 90s will remember ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Most Canadian kids of the 80s and early 90s will remember the “Part of Our Heritage” ... [ more ]