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About Canada Online Publications

Welcome to the About Canada series. These documents examine unique Canadian topics and issues and are produced in conjunction with the Centre for Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University. Provided below are hyperlinks to the About Canada documents available on the Mount Allison Web site. These information tools are intended to allow you to broaden your knowledge about Canadian issues, to spark debate and to encourage learning. You are welcome to copy and print these documents if you wish.

About Canada Multimedia Study Guide Resources

  • The Artistic Life of Canada
  • Great Canadian Debates
  • The Canadian North West Mounted Police and the Yukon Gold Rush
  • Famous Women in Canada
  • Canadian Medicine: Doctors and Discoveries
  • Canada's Place in World Affairs
  • The Political Voice Of Canadian Regional Identities
  • The Prairie Roots of Canada's Political "Third Parties"

About Canada Annotated Bibliographies

  • Citizenship Education
  • Louis Riel and the North-West Rebellion
  • Great Canadian Explorers
  • Great Canadian Projects

About Canada Series

  • Aging and the Canadian Population
  • Canada and the Pacific Basin
  • Canada at the Movies
  • Canada's Cities
  • Canada's Fishery
  • Canada's Legal Tradition
  • Canada's Native Peoples
  • Defending Canada
  • Innovation in Canada
  • Multiculturalism in Canada

The About Canada series is a collaborative effort of the Centre for Canadian Studies at Mount Allison University and the Canadian Studies Program, Department of Canadian Heritage. The opinions expressed in these documents are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect federal government policy or opinion, or that of the Centre.