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MCGILLCANS 310Shelly ButlerFall

CANS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: North-West Rebellion

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MCGILLCANS 200Elsbeth Anne HeamanFall

Contact of Cultures

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European technology and diplomacy largely fail before 1600: at the time of contact, european monarchs aren"t all that powerful. Their sense of what kno
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MCGILLCANS 310Shelly ButlerFall

CANS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: William Hales Hingston, Utopia, Bylot Island

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Late 19th century canada britain of the north" (part of empire) Canada as a colony, britain of the north part of the british empire. Way in which colon
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MCGILLCANS 310Shelly ButlerFall

CANS 310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Secret Path, Indian Act, The New York Times

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MCGILLCANS 200Mary Anne PoutanenWinter

CANS 200 Lecture 3: The Conquest

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MCGILLCANS 315Hannah ClausFall

CANS 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Shelley Niro, Inuit Art, Reel Injun

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MCGILLCANS 200Elsbeth Anne HeamanFall

France in Canada

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England will become that commercial empire, francis doesn"t develop the trading triangle. New france is a corporate colony until 1663. Royal authority
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MCGILLCANS 315Hannah ClausFall

CANS 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Calgary, Glenbow Museum, James Luna

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Paper proposal: do not need to include your images for your proposal, when using indian only use it in the construct form, not when referring to an art
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MCGILLCANS 200Elsbeth Anne HeamanFall

September 23

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Building a liberal state: responsible government to confederation. Durham report leads to responsible government (colonial self rule) in 1849. Self-rul
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MCGILLCANS 315Hannah ClausFall

CANS 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Surname, Gender Variance, Half-Breed

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Gender: colonialism presented a fundamentally heteronormative system of gender, both men and women have been over-sexualized and desexualized. Indigeno
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MCGILLCANS 200Elsbeth Anne HeamanFall

The Rights Movement

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Canadian rights as british rights rather than human rights until the mid 20th century. Civil rights movement in canada merges with postcolonial . Briti
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MCGILLCANS 200Elsbeth Anne HeamanFall

Policy Making in Canada

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Public policy doesn"t stop the day governments sign a bill into law. Emergence: policies emerge as problems become identified as public priorities. Pri
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