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Today is St Patrick’s Day, I must be Irish: Reflections of a multi-ethnic Canadian, 2015

I will admit to spending an inordinate amount of time thinking about identity. My academic interest, since my Master’s has been about how people of British origin Canada saw themselves, and expressed their identity through the public and religious lives. 490 more words

Family History

From the Archives – Scottish Affairs – What factors influence the decision to support Scottish Independence?

Throughout 2014 we published a number of articles about the then impeding referendum on Scottish Independence in our journal Scottish Affairs. As we move towards a general election, the research and data contained within these articles hold as true now as they did then. 288 more words


Duke to Attend the Ball, St Andrew's Society, Montreal, 1911

Montreal Standard, 4 November 1911, page 18

Duke to Attend the Ball

The seventy-sixth annual meeting of St Andrew’s Society of Montreal was held on Thursday, with Lieut-Colonel Gardner in the chair. 214 more words


S - Being Scottish; the Stones of Callanish

What’s it like to be Scottish?

Fraser smiled. ‘Easy seen you haven’t lived in Edinburgh for very long. When you’ve been here a few years you find it’s a case of just trying to get through the whole sorry farce of Hogmanay with as little involvement as possible. 325 more words

Oats ad, Montreal, 1912

Montreal Daily Star, 8 May 1912, page 7

“Eh! Man, but I’d like a dish o’ they Oats.”


On Being a Scottish Poet - or am I?

A couple weeks ago, in the first seminar discussion for the Constructions of Scotland class I’m auditing at Strathclyde, we were introducing ourselves and the professor (Dr. 530 more words


A Case of Identity

I realize that Scotland has already made its decision to remain within Great Britain so that this post might seem a little tardy. But it’s taken me this long to reflect on what has happened. 1,092 more words