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University that wasn't : the University of Canada North, 1970-1985
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 ...
"Let us all be optimistic from now on" : Oscar Styffe Limited 1927-1945, the middleman of Northwestern Ontario and the pulp and paper trade
In the 1930's and 1940's, one way for pulp and paper firms to acquire supplies of pulpwood from the forests of Northwestern Ontario was through pulpwood dealers or middlemen. An analysis of one of these timber dealers, ...
Municipal ownership town : the organization and regulation of urban services in Port Arthur, 1875-1914
Municipal enterprise was an innovation born of necessity in the hinterland regions of Europe and North America. In an era of rapid industrial and population growth, urban governments struggled during the late Victorian ...
Alexander Morris and the Saulteaux : the context and making of treaty three, 1869-73
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 ...
Impact of the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway on the cities of Port Arthur and Fort William, 1959-1969
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 ...