Montreal Daily Star, 3 July 1877, page 2
Dominion Day in Town
A Deserted City – How it Looked in the Afternoon – A Quiet and Slow Time… 596 more words
Once an American told me that if I didn’t see a hockey game, I might have my Canadian citizenship revoked.
Of course it was a joke, but it just goes to show the classic love affair that Canadians have with “our game.” Hockey doesn’t only belong to Canadians however, it is as much a part of our identity as the maple leaf or Tim Horton’s. 228 more words
The 1922 bi-lingual Committee struck to win the vote for Quebec women.
All men are created equal, but some more equal than others.
It’s Orwell from Animal Farm and the line is emblazoned on my brain, probably because we studied the book in the 9th grade when I was 14, a very impressionable age. 496 more words
Barbara Wylie, British Suffragette who came to Canada in 1912 to stir up trouble. What British character actor could play her, when they dramatize my book, … 751 more words