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Community and conflict : a study of the working class and its relationships at the Canadian Lakehead, 1903-1913
Labour history is frequently equated with the internal workings of trade unions and radical parties in isolation from the society on which they are based. This paper treats these institutions as important, though not the ...
R.B. Bennett and the charge of one-man government : an analysis of his relationship with potential rivals
The purpose of this paper is to study R.B. Bennett's style of government from 1930-1935, a period in which Bennett has been labelled the Prime Minister of a "one-man government". An attempt will be made to assess the ...
The child, the family, and society in Ontario, 1850-1900, according to four educational journals
To understand the position of the child in Ontario between 1850 and 1900 is to know a great deal about the society in which he functioned. The status and role of the child was the most vital issue of the time. Social ...
An examination of Protestant reaction toward the non-English-speaking immigrant in Port Arthur and Fort William, 1903-1914
Religious leaders helped to provide Canada with a significant tradition of English Canadian nationalistic thought that cannot be overlooked in any thorough examination of Canadian nationalism. Indeed, to a considerable ...
The Italian community in Fort William's East End in the early twentieth century
By the turn of the twentieth century in the midst of almost every significant urban centre of Canada and the United States, there existed a so-called "Little Italy" or "Italian Colony". These were sections of cities or ...