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Canadian Issues

A Contemporary Perspective

by Daniel Francis; Jennifer Hobson; Gordon Smith; Stan Garrod & Jeff Smith

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list price: $101.19
category: History
published: 1998

This text is a summary of narrative twentieth-century Canadian history underpinning critical historical issues and events. Major themes addressed include: Economics, Defence, Growth of National Independence, Regional Differences, the Role of Women, and Politics and Immigration.

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Daniel Francis is a professional writer and historian based in British Columbia.

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Daniel Francis

Daniel Francis was born in Vancouver but worked for several years as a journalist, editor and researcher in Ottawa and Montreal before returning to live on the West Coast where he has continued his career as one of the country’s leading popular historians. He has written two dozen books, principally about Canadian history, including most recently Trucking in British Columbia: An Illustrated History (Harbour Publishing, 2012). Francis was also editorial director of the Encyclopedia of British Columbia (Harbour Publishing, 2000). He lives in North Vancouver, BC.

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