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Branding the Classroom: Commercialism in Canadian Schools, 1920–1960
From the 1920s until the early 1960s, a number of commercial companies placed advertisements in teachers' professional magazines offering a variety of free, but branded, teaching aids. While theExpand
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Under the President’s Gaze: Sexuality and Morality at a Canadian University during the Second World War
During the course of the Second World War, the Department of Immigration vetted the correspondence between a student at one of Canada’s denominational colleges and his friend in an internment camp.Expand
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The Dredger's Daughter: Courtship and Marriage in the Baptist Community of Welland, Ontario, 1934-1944
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Institutional responses to communicable diseases at Victoria College, University of Toronto, 1900-1940.
  • C. Gidney
  • Medicine
  • Canadian bulletin of medical history = Bulletin…
  • 2007
Between 1900 and 1940 students and staff risked their lives to attend, and teach at, Victoria College. Not only did Victoria experience three major epidemics--diphtheria in 1911, influenza from 1918Expand
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“The students swarm to these peaceful shores in droves”: An Historical Overview of the Postwar Spring Break Phenomenon
AbstractDespite the cultural and economic influence of Spring Break, and the fact that it has become asignificant area of study in other fields of research such as psychology, sociology, collegeExpand
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From Buddhist philosophy to Evidence-Based Techniques: Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Programs and Student Self-Regulation in Canadian Schools
In March 2013, Andrew Campbell, a teacher at Major Ballachey Public School in Brantford, Ontario, wrote to the Toronto Globe and Mail about the mindfulness techniques he had introduced into hisExpand
Symbols of Canada
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Richard Roberts: A Case Study in Liberal Protestantism in Canada During the Interwar Years
During the nineteenth century powerful intellectual currents and changing material conditions resulted in a mounting challenge to the theological underpinnings of mainstream Protestantism in Canada.Expand
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