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Chapter 1

Over There: Ypres, the Somme, and Vimy

The Western Front

Over There: Ypres, the Somme, and Vimy

The Bluebirds

The Air and Sea Wars

War on the High Seas

The Air and Sea Wars

War on the High Seas: Death Ship

Division on the Home Front

Conscription: Borden’s Approach

A "New" Country

The Tragedies of War: Spanish Flu

Chapter 2

A Different Canada

Politics and Regional Protest: The Progressive Party

Mackenzie King and Canadian Independence

The Halibut Treaty, 1923

Mackenzie King and Canadian Independence

Constitutional Crisis, 1926

Labour Unrest

The Winnipeg General Strike

Labour Unrest

The Winnipeg General Strike: Impact of the Strike

Technology and Invention

Air Travel

A Changing Society

The Role of Women: Are Women Persons?

A Changing Society

Aboriginal Peoples: Residential Schools

Lifestyle and Culture

Professional Sports

Lifestyle and Culture

American Influence on Popular Culture

Chapter 3

Responding to the Depression

Bennett’s Response

From the Rails to the Camps

The Emergence of Political Alternatives

The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

The Emergence of Political Alternatives

The Social Credit Party

The Emergence of Political Alternatives

The Union Nationale

Canadian Culture

Radio Comes of Age

Canadian Culture

Newspapers and Magazines: A Media Sensation

The Rising Tide of Fascism and Nazism

Chapter 4

Years of Crisis

The Battle of Britain

Years of Crisis

Rehearsal for Invasion: Raid on Dieppe

The Liberation of Europe

The Italian Campaign: The Battle of Ortona

The Liberation of Europe

D-Day

The Liberation of Europe

Victory in Europe

The Holocaust

War in the Pacific

The Battle for Hong Kong

The Birth of the Atomic Age

War on the Home Front

Women’s Wartime Role

War on the Home Front

The Internment of Japanese Canadians

War on the Home Front

Chapter 5

The Cold War

The Cold War

The Nuclear Threat

Canada and the Post-War Economy

The Commonwealth

Becoming a Middle Power

The UN and War Refugees: Human Rights

Military Alliances

The Creation of NATO

Military Alliances

Defending North America

Cold War Hot Spots

The Korean War

Cold War Hot Spots

The Suez Crisis

Chapter 6

Political Changes

Newfoundland Joins Confederation

Political Changes

A New Quebec Nationalism

Political Changes

Revising the Indian Act

Canada’s Golden Age

The New Economy

Canada’s Golden Age

Women in the Workforce

A Population Explosion

Post-war Immigration

Chapter 7

Dief the Chief

The Bill of Rights

Economic and Foreign Policy Woes

Canada and the US: The Cuban Missile Crisis

Economic and Foreign Policy Woes

The Liberals Return to Power

Canadian-American Relations: The Vietnam War

The Liberals Return to Power

The Auto Pact

Redefining Canada

Expo ’67: Canada Celebrates!

Quebec and Canada

The Quiet Revolution

Aboriginal Peoples in Canada

Changing Times

The Status of Women

Changing Times

The Emergence of the Counterculture

Chapter 8

A Question of Language

Francophone Communities Outside Quebec

The October Crisis

Social Justice for All

Women’s Rights

Social Justice for All

Fighting Discrimination in the Indian Act

An Environmental Awakening

An Environmental Awakening

Protecting the Great Lakes

An Environmental Awakening

The Mackenzie Valley Pipeline: The Berger Report

Chapter 9

The Parti Quebecois Comes to Power

Quebec Decides: The Referendum Question

Bringing Home the Constitution

More Economic Challenges

The National Energy Program

More Economic Challenges

Science and Technology: Challenges and Changes

Canada in the Global Community

Foreign Aid

Canada in the Global Community

Chapter 10

International Trade

Pursuing NAFTA

International Political Challenges

Challenging Apartheid

International Political Challenges

The 1991 Gulf War

International Political Challenges

A National Disgrace in Somalia

A New Direction for Canada’s Economy

A New Direction for Canada’s Economy

The Goods and Services Tax

A New Direction for Canada’s Economy

The Collapse of the Cod Fishery

Social Change in Canada

The Oka Crisis

Social Change in Canada

Air India Flight 182

Social Change in Canada

The Montréal Massacre

Chapter 11

National Unity

National Unity

The 1995 Referendum Campaign

The Deficit and Trade Wars

The Martin Approach

The Deficit and Trade Wars

Trade Wars

Aboriginal Issues

The Nisga’a Final Agreement

Aboriginal Issues

Land Disputes and Violence

Aboriginal Issues

Self-government

Global Connections

Team Canada

Global Connections

International Organizations

The New World Order

The New World Order

Invading Iraq

Disaster Response

Earthquake in Kashmir

Chapter 12

Rebuilding the Political Right

A New Party, a New Government

The Conservatives Break through: A Wait-and-see Approach

The Conservative Government on the Home Front

Campaign Promises: A National Disabilities Act

Canada and Kyoto

Canadian Sovereignty

Canada’s Global Commitments

The Mission in Afghanistan

Canada’s Global Commitments

The Fight Against HIV/AIDS

Looking Ahead

Creating a Sustainable Environment

Sustainable Development

Challenges in the Canadian Military

The Cost of the Military

Redefining Canadian Citizenship and Identity

Dual Citizenship