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Impact of the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway on the cities of Port Arthur and Fort William, 1959-1969 / by Gary S. Warwick.
By its very nature, the St. Lawrence Seaway project, completed in 1959, can be seen as the last of the great Canadian mega-projects. An international venture, involving the expense of millions of dollars and employment ...
Alexander Morris and the Saulteaux : the context and making of treaty three, 1869-73 / by Brian Walmark.
The primary purpose of this thesis is to explore and analyze the circumstances surrounding the Treaty Three agreement between the Canadian government and the Anishinabe in 1873. The agreement is important for a number ...
University that wasn't : the University of Canada North, 1970-1985 / by Amanda Graham.
The creation of The University of Canada North, by federal letters patent in 1971, marks the beginning of a revealing episode in northern Canadian history that spans almost fifteen years. The brain-child of Toronto lawyer ...
"From moribund to mobilized" : the Lake Superior Regiment, 1920-1940
The intent of this work is to determine to what extent the Lake Superior Regiment of the Non-Permanent Active Militia1 fulfilled both its military and civic role in the Lakehead cities of Fort William and Port Arthur, ...
Northwestern Ontario gold mining, 1880-1902 : the gold boom that didn't pan out
In 1878, gold was discovered south of Rat Portage on an island in the Lake of the Woods. After a brief flurry of development, excitement waned and Rainy River District mining progressed slowly and fitfully for more than ...