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

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Title Author Type Words
A fitting farewell. Wilkes, Kim M. Letter to the editor 104
After shocks: the Vietnam war is over, but for some Canadian veterans, the battle continues. Reid, Mark 1398
Breakdown: POWs during the Korean War suffered the added injury of having their loyalty called into question. Barris, Ted 1641
British home children. Hope, Amanda 202
Brushes with war: Korean War vet overcame shell shock to become Canada's official artist of the gulf war. 192
Calgary's greatest cowboy: a trip to the principal's office leaves a young Heather Ramsay hog-tied. Ramsay, Heather 638
Gopher the fun of it: a trio of quirky museums makes for a wild trip through southern Alberta. Rumble, Eric 684
Honouring the animals. 107
Kilting Canada: how the Scots invented Canadian diversity. McGoogan, Ken 1159
Labour Pains: Thunder Bay's Working Class in Canada's Wheat Boom Era. 249
Last to the ballot box: it's been fifty years since members of Canada's First Nations received the unconditional right to vote in federal elections. Native voting rights have had a long, tortuous history. Conolly, Danielle; Oosterom, Nelle 490
Lest we regret: Federal decision-makers do an about-face on the future of a program that links students to fallen soldiers. Oosterom, Nelle 551
Meeting the governor: Andrew Bulger's brief reign as governor of Assiniboia was immortalized in a series of watercolours. 316
Off the rails: a disturbing incident in 2002 shows that the stigma surrounding shell shock in the Canadian military has not gone away. Reid, Mark 649
Oh, Canada! Canadians have rarely sung from the same songsheet when it comes to our anthem. Morrison, Deborah 616
Picture perfect. Hanson, Ann Meekitjuk Letter to the editor 212
Quebec: The Story of Three Sieges. 215
Radio pioneer. Conolly, Danielle 209
Relentless Change: A Casebook for the Study of Canadian Business History. 242
Riding to the rescue. Reid, Mark 154
Rise, fall, and rebound" Canada's first female PM. Oosterom, Nelle 332
Rockwood Lunatic Asylum. McKendry, Jennifer 266
Roots rewarding. Benjafield, Gail Letter to the editor 121
Screen gems. Koch, Phil 253
Shameful treatment. Hou, Charles 138
Take the day off. 149
The Forgotten Peace: Mediation at Niagara Falls, 1914. 189
The Great War of the mind. Reid, Mark 454
The great war of the mind: no one really knew how to treat the alarming number of soldiers who suffered shell shock in World War I. so doctors tried everything, including shaming, blaming, and electric shocks. Cook, Tim 4287
The Indian Commissioners: and Indian Policy in Canada's Prairie West, 1873-1932. 417
The Island of Canada: How Three Oceans Shaped Our Nation. Bown, Stephen R. 708
The long road home: diagnosed with battle exhaustion, a World War II vet was told to forget the war. And so he did. Reid, Mark 1392
The shock doc: a pioneer in the treatment of shell shock, Lewis Ralph Yealland's reputation went from hero to zero. Duffy, Dennis 814
The sportsmen. Conolly, Danielle 197
Turning the tide. Cox, Stuart Letter to the editor 206
Wheelmen ride bicycles: Canada's leading bike racer is part of a long cycling tradition in this country. Moore, Christopher 913
Women of the House: ninety years ago women won the fight to sit in Canada's Parliament. Former MP Deborah Grey warns us not to squander that victory. Grey, Deborah 1205

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