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Canadian History / L'histoire canadienne

Canadian history / Histoire du Canada
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Here is a place for Canadian history: questions, answers, discussion welcome. All subjects are included.
Voici un endroit spécial pour l'histoire canadienne: posez des questions, offrez des réponses, discutez de vos découvertes! Tous les sujets sont la bienvenue.

(Creator)Moderator / modératrice and All-Mighty Powerful Knower-of-Everything: fleurdelista
Co-Moderator / co-modératrice and Keeper of the up and coming Archive: pyroclasticgrub
Co-Moderator / co-moderateur, charming rogue, and expert on all things witty and grand: the_epic
Minister in charge of Pandering to the Whims of the Original Creator: uncut_diamond
Official Languages Commissionner / Commissaire des langues officielles : ifeverangelsbe

Feel free to add ideas for interests.
SVP, ne vous gênez pas, ajoutez des idées pour la liste d'intérêts!

If you're interested in American History as well, check out this affiliated community:
Cette communauté s'addresse à tout ceux et celles qui s'intéressent à l'histoire des États-Unis. us_history

And if you're interested in Canadian linguistics, or anything to do with language in Canada, see lingua_canada. Si vous vous intéressez aux langues du Canada, rendez visite à lingua_canada.

Êtes-vous interessés à l'Acadie et aux Acadiens? Venez voir: acadiens

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