Canadian Issues is the flagship publication of the Association for Canadian Studies. Its first issue was published in 1975. Over the course of several decades, the publication has evolved from an academic journal with limited readership to a history magazine with a broad audience comprised of history educators, librarians, archivists, academics, researchers, policymakers. Canadian Issues has been, and will continue to be, increasingly focused on the teaching and disseminating of Canadian history. As such, it features articles by Canada’s leading thinkers on specific issues related to our history. Canadian Issues is partly funded by the Canada History Fund of the Department of Canadian Heritage and is fully bilingual.
Authors: Rowland Lorimer; M.J. Dunbar; L.M. Dickie; R.D.S. Macdonald; Anthony H.J. Dorcey; David A. Levy; James E. Fralick; R.H. McIlwaine; Michael Humphries; Gary C. Vernon; Ken M. Campbell; George Hewison; J.B. Morrow; Parzival Copes; Ralph Matthews; Raoul Andersen; Mickey Beagle; Howard White; Donald McRae; Alastair R. Lucas; Wallace Clement; Kathleen A. Archibald; Gordon Inglis;