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Chapter 1 Topic
     Historical programs 1.1
     Historica's Web site; general background regarding history and careers 1.2
     History jobs for university graduates 1.2
     Historical programs 1.2
     Canadian Music Encyclopedia Web site 1.2
     National Library of Canada Web site 1.2
Chapter 2 Topic
     History of the boundary between Quebec and Newfoundland 2.3
Chapter 3 Topic
     Canadian visible minorities before the First World War 2.6
     Canadian visible minorities before the First World War 2.6
     Aboriginal involvement in the First World war; "History and Heritage: Two Indian Battalions" 3.2
     Trench warfare in the First World War 3.3
     No Man's Land in the First World War 3.3
     General information about the First World War 3.4
     The Battle of the Somme 3.4
     The Battle of Vimy Ridge 3.4
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Chapter 4 Topic
     The second Canadian Construction Battalion and stories of individual members 3.5
     Conscription in the First and Second World Wars 3.7
     The history of conscription 3.7
     Pacifists and conscientious objectors 3.7
     Famous women and their contributions 3.8
     Modern songs about war 3.9
     List of anti-war songs 3.9
     The Winnipeg General Strike and background on strikes between 1916 and 1919 4.1
     The nature of bolshevism 4.1
     Strikes and the labour movement 4.1
     Strikes and the labour movement 4.1
     The Group of Seven and their paintings 4.3
     Canadian art 4.3
     History of the film industry in Canada 4.3
     Women in the 1920s; Bobbie Rosenfeld at the 1928 Olympics 4.3
     Canadians succeeding in American movies in the 1920s 4.3
     Aboriginal issues throughout the 1900s 4.4
     Home children; ship lists from the 1920s 4.4
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Chapter 5 Topic
     Women in politics in the 1920s; Agnes McPhail 4.5
     Women in politics in the 1920s 4.5
     Depression memoirs of Mary Travers-Bolduc 5.3
     The Social Credit party 5.1
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Chapter 6 Topic
     The Dionne Quintuplets 5.5
     Emily Carr 5.6
     Information for debate on whether to protect Canadian culture from American Culture 5.6
     History of Newfoundland 5.7
     History of Newfoundland 5.7
     History of Newfoundland 5.7
     History of the On-to-Ottawa Trek 5.8
     The national Progressive party, the CCF, 1930s politics 5.9
     The Canadian Alliance party 5.9
     The Progressive Conservative party 5.9
     The Liberal party 5.9
     The New Democratic Party 5.9
     The Bloc Quebecois 5.9
     Canadians at Dieppe, Belgium, Italy, and Normandy 6.3
     Neville Chamberlain; primary documents 6.3
     Canadians in the Second World War; other than Europe 6.4
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Chapter 7 Topic
     Women who served at home and abroad in the Second World War; primary documents 6.5
     Women who served at home and abroad in the Second World War; primary documents 6.6
     Stories about Camp X 6.6
     Stories about Camp X 6.6
     Aboriginal involvement in the Second World War; individuals' stories 6.7
     The No. 2 Construction Company; stories of members 6.7
     Japanese Canadians soldiers in the 100th Battalion and the 442 Infantry Regiment 6.7
     Veteran Affairs Canada Web site 7.1
     Stories about Canadian war brides 7.1
     Personal views of Canadian war brides 7.1
     History of Canadian immigration 7.2
     Immigration and Refugee Board Web site 7.2
     History of the St. Lawrence Seaway project 7.3
     Information about the Avro Arrow 7.3
     History of the St. Lawrence Seaway project 7.3
     History of the St. Lawrence Seaway project 7.3
     The impact of TV in the 1960s and 1970s 7.1
     Veteran's Affairs 7.11
     Human Resources Development, Income, Support and Old-Age Security 7.11
     Old-Age Security 7.11
     Health Canada 7.11
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Chapter 8 Topic
     The political, economic, and social history of Newfoundland and Labrador 7.5
     Symbols of nationhood 7.5
     The Prime Minister's Office 7.5
     History of Quebec and Canada 7.7
     Essay on the Quiet Revolution 7.7
     Canadian involvement in the Cold War 7.8
     Canadian-American military relations; Norad 7.8
     UN Web site 7.9
     Detailed chronology of the 1970s 8.1
     Liberal party 8.1
     Canadian Alliance 8.1
     Bloc Quebecois 8.1
     Progressive Conservative party 8.1
     New Democratic Party 8.1
     Web site tour of the CN Tower 8.4
     Web site tour of the Calgary Tower 8.4
     The introduction of wage and price controls and the labour union's national strike a year later 8.4
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Chapter 9 Topic
     Status of Women Canada; International Women's Day; links to related sites on women's history 8.5
     Aboriginal rights and self-government 8.6
     Preston Manning 9.1
     Lucien Bouchard 9.1
     The 1995 sovereignty-association referendum 9.2
     Elijah Harper 9.2
     Canada's Aboriginal peoples 9.2
     Aboriginal issues; Oka standoff 9.2
     NAFTA 9.3
     World Trade Organization 9.3
     Advice from Dave Thomas (founder of Wendy's) on choosing a career 9.3
     Aboriginal peoples in the1980s and 1990s 9.4
     The founding of Nunavut 9.4
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Chapter 10 Topic
     National Action Committee activities 9.5
     The future of the struggle for women's equality 9.5
     Canada's contributions to peacekeeping 9.6
     Craig Kielburger 9.6
     1996 census questionnaires 10.1  
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General Reference Sites
     Provides a general look at Canadian history with some emphasis on economics.
     The Great Canadian History Page has a wide range of resources listed.
     National Archives of Canada-includes information on Canadian history, research, and publications.
     Encarta Learning Zone is an encyclopedia of history, world events, geography, religion, and philosophy.
     Canada NewsWire contains a range of contemporary newspaper stories.
     Canadian history-contains subheadings such as Canadian historical figures, history of women in Canada, and Canadian economic history.
     This is a Canadian government site containing information about Canadian history and government
     Historica is an educational site containing general background regarding history and careers (especially related to new discoveries, sports history, etc.).
     Contains examples of jobs connected with history for university graduates.
     Contains general information on Canadian history.
     Contains biographies of important women in Canadian history.
     Contains "About Canada" series on specific topics in Canadian history.
     Will lead students into the National Library of Canada Web page.
     The home page for the Canadian Museum of Civilization
     The Statistics Canada Web site

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