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Articles from Canada's History (April 1, 2010)

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A (pro)rogue's gallery: it used to be that Canadian voters were angered by parliament sitting too long. How times have changed. Moore, Christopher 1101
A river divided: a dying new Brunswick river is about to get a new lease on life. But at what cost? Reid, Mark 2757
Anniversary time. 119
Anti-gravity suit. Capone, Julijana 204
At your service: how the internet can fuel your search for family mementoes. Obee, Dave 868
Canada mourns death of last WWI vet. Enman, Charles 426
Canada's history is your history. Reid, Mark 495
Canada's next good year: let the planning begin as Canada's 150th birthday looms. Morrison, Deborah 660
Canadian navy. Hope, Amanda 234
Cold comfort. McGoogan, Ken 838
Dead dogs and living history: are truth and reconciliation commissions asking the right questions? Loo, Tina 1289
Frontier farewell. 301
King of the new world: four native leaders arrived in London in 1710 to a splendid royal welcome. That was a change. Earlier aboriginals in Europe were often unhappy kidnap victims. Oosterom, Nelle 2096
Mining literary gold: tale of B.C. leper colony captures Journey Prize. Goldsworthy, Rachel 445
Muskoka's spirited past: exploring the ghost towns of Ontario's cottage country. Hind, Andrew; Silva, Maria Da 650
Picture perfect. Stouck, David Letter to the editor 160
Pipe line from Canada: Ontario bagpipe-maker offers update on historic craft. Feldman, Barb 500
Renaming the beaver. Salter, Dennis; Bowen, John; Dymock, Janet; Belliveau, Brian Letter to the editor 388
Rewriting history: a scholar's research promised to turn the story of explorer John Cabot upside down. But then the findings were destroyed--and a new mystery emerged. Hunter, Douglas Obituary 3847
RMS Titanic: it's been almost a century since the April 15, 1912, sinking of the "unsinkable" ship. 625
Saving: David Thompson: critics wrote him off years ago. But a new look at the famous map-maker may well restore his image. Jenish, D'Arcy 2518
Spy games. Mattison, David Letter to the editor 162
St. James Anglican Church: Battle Harbour, Labrador, designed by William Grey, circa 1853. Coffman, Peter 280
Storied infantry regiment celebrates ongoing service. Conolly, Danielle 220
Take the day off. 161
The death of Wolfe, 1770. 295
Trudeau stands tall. Hou, Charles 167
Unfair competition. Klowak, Sandy 204
What's on. 112
Where's the beef. Jones, Paul 747
Witnessing history. Aslanyan, Garry Letter to the editor 134

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