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Articles from May/June

A Joke in the Telling: On Canadian Comedy and the Missing Punchline
How perfect it would be to start things off with the ultimate Canadian joke. You know, some slyly perfect opener, a whole thesis conveniently packed into a single, geographically specific punchline. Two hosers walk into a bar maybe ... Or should that...
Are We Canadians? an Inside and outside Look [Notable Canadians Give Us Their Views on the Question]
Canadians have difficulty articulating who they are. This question of identity is both elusive and puzzling.In an attempt to come to grips with it, we've asked some notable Canadians and others to give us their views on the question.What makes us? What...
Canadian Studies from a Media Perspective
The Media Awareness Network (MNet) is the youngest Canadian Studies institution in Canada. We're a large bilingual Internet site with a mandate to help Canadians, especially young Canadians, make sense of our largely "mediated" culture. We believe that...
Creedo: I Believe in Human Rights
IntroductionIn 1998, Canadians have a great deal to celebrate. It is the 125th birthday of Prince Edward Island as a member of Confederation, and of the creation of the Mounted Police. We're marking the centenary of the establishment of the Yukon Territory,...
Curiosity, Interest and a Sense of Adventure: The Remarkable Life of Philippa Rowe Gray
Philippa Rowe Gray's first flight at the age of 14 set the direction for the rest of her life. It was 1919 and her flight was in a biplane. She was in the air for exactly five minutes, flying over the south of England where she then lived, since all...
Curricula [the Canadian Publishing Project]
Canada has a long, rich literary tradition. From the pioneer days onward, those who settled here have used the written word to express their emotions and convictions. They have used the written word to describe their impressions of this land and others....
History Matters [CRB Foundation Heritage Project]
History matters to us as individuals because it locates us in time and place and gives meaning to our lives. It matters to us as citizens because we can better understand how past choices have present day consequences. History also matters to us as Canadians....
Passing the Torch: Canada's New Group of Seven
Two powerful words symbolize a turning point in the history of Canadian aviation: "the" Avro Arrow. The CF 105, produced by A. V. Roe Canada in Malton, Ontario, was Canada's supersonic interceptor jet aircraft and with its sleek, delta wing-form it was...
Teachers Reaching Teachers [with Flying Colours Multimedia Kit]
Which of the following would most of your students answer correctly, (a) or (b)?1 (a) What is the corporate symbol for Nike?(b) What is your province (or territory)'s official flower?2 (a) What are the lyrics to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?(b) What...
The Future of Canadian History
Statistics Canada has confirmed what any observant Canadian has known for some time: the large majority of all the immigrants to Canada have settled in the major cities. Almost a third of the populations of Toronto and Vancouver are visible minorities,...