The standard bureaucratic definition of the coureurs-de-bois is they were unlicenced fur traders from New France, “outlaws of sorts because they did not have permits… Read More »Donald Creighton On The Coureurs-de-Bois of New France and The Lumberjacks of New Brunswick
You can’t dance. I know this because I’ve been to enough wedding receptions, socials and bars with dance floors to notice that North Americans don’t know how to dance. They hold their partners and shuffle across the floor, but neither party would know a dance step if it bit them on the ankle.
In this bulletin, we ask how young people acquire their views on immigration. To get an answer, we examined a number of immigration-related statements made… Read More »This Labour Day, Let’s Get the Immigrant Labour Story Straight!
In a recent article at The Epoch Times, “Erasing, Misrepresenting Canada’s History Erodes Foundations of Society,” a group of well meaning and harmless conservative historians are cited… Read More »Conservative Academics Endorse A Progressive History Against Progressives Who Call Canada Racist
Do you think a world historian today would get away writing a 1000+ page “history of the world” without saying much about the history of… Read More »A History Of The World Without Africans and Amerindians
Not long ago I read from an “Anti-Racism” school newsletter that “if you identify as white, you are complicit in a system of white supremacy.”… Read More »Toronto School Children Before the Great Replacement — 1859-1975
What is fact cannot be changed Respected historians have studied the Filles du Roi in earnest. They appear to have combed through every scrap, every… Read More »The Filles Du Roi: How Historical Revisionists And Feminists Have Slandered My Ancestors
Jack Granatstein’s short book, Who Killed Canadian History?, was an immediate hit when it came out in 1998. This encouraged the author to release a… Read More »Immigrant Diversity Killed Canadian History