100 Days That Changed CanadaBook - 2011
"Most Canadians recall iconic dates in the history of the country - July 18 1867, when Canada came together at Confederation; November 11 1918, when the guns of the World War I fell silent; or September 28 1972, when Paul Henderson scored perhaps the most important goal in hockey history. But our history is now more than 50,000 days long and runs deeper than those iconic moment. In this volume put together by the Canadian Historical Society, 100 days have been chosen to reflect the myriad influences on the path of Canadian history. There are contributions from many prominent figures including: Peter Mansbridge, Adrienne Clarkson, Lawrence Hill, Don Newman, Charlotte Gray and Margaret Wente, among many others."
Publisher: Toronto, ON : HarperCollins Canada, 2011
Characteristics: xxi, 232 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29cm
Alternative Title: One hundred days that changed Canada