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'You Can't Have it All French, All at Once': French Language Rights, Bilingualism, and Political Community in Saskatchewan, 1870-1990
This study is about the place of French and French speakers in the Saskatchewan political community. Beginning with the political foundations of western Canada in 1870, it argues that exclusion of the French language and ...
"We've Lost Them Through Assimilation": Ukrainian and Doukhobor Integration in Saskatchewan, 1946-1971
Overt calls for Anglo-conformity appeared to end in English Canada after the conclusion of the Second World War as Canadian governments reviewed former policies that were exclusionary against ethnic minorities. Rather than ...