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Canada since 1885: Defining a Nation
This course takes a thematic approach to Canadian history since 1885, emphasizing issues that have moulded the country and challenge us still. Main issues include French-English and Canadian-American relations, regional antagonism to the dream of a nation, political parties as a reflection of social disagreements, the influence of immigration, and the debate over Canada's role in the world. (Formerly HST 681).
Weekly Contact: Lecture: 3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1
HIC 190 and HST 407
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- Arts and Contemporary Studies Professional Table I
- Arts and Contemporary Studies Professionally-Related Table II
- Criminology and History Double Major
- English and History Double Major
- HST 407 - Canada from 1885: The Struggle for Identity
- History Professional Table II
- History and Philosophy Double Major
- History and Politics and Governance Double Major
- History and Sociology Double Major
- Minor in History
- Open Elective Table
- Politics and Governance Professionally-Related Table IV
- Public Administration and Governance Professionally-Related Table I