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Canadian History

Captain Vancouver and the claiming of British Columbia

Captain George Vancouver lived a life, albeit a short one, full of adventure, service, and achievement. From the Georgia Strait to the Queen Charlotte Islands, and beyond our coast into Alaska, his influence permeates time, if only noticed by a few who care to look.

Desperate Times for the Government

Justin Trudeau is using the Emergencies Act to crack down on the Ottawa protestors. Is this the decision of a ruler who feels in charge?

Traditional Living in the Modern World

Many on the right pine for what they regard to be traditional living. But what does this term mean in reality?

The Meaning of Nation

Civic nationalism and patriotism are often described as being distinct from ancestral nationalism, but all of these concepts come from the same roots.

The Present Grows From the Past

Liberals think that history is a straight line of continuous progress. Conservatives know that the past is not to be discarded, as it forms the basis for our existence.

Christianity Saved the Roman Empire

By the time Christianity arrived in Rome, traditional Roman religion and morality was collapsing. Christianity was the only answer for a Roman Empire rotting from the inside out.

The Impact of the Winnipeg Strike

In 1919, workers across Winnipeg walked out on the job. Their decision produced consequences that are felt to this day.
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