An examination of Protestant reaction toward the non-English-speaking immigrant in Port Arthur and Fort William, 1903-1914
Master of Arts
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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 degree, there was exhibited by many English-speaking Protestants that kind of spirit that French Canadian nationalists like to point to as proof of hatred of other races and cultures.