Conflict between English Canadians and French Canadians

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Conflict between English Canadians and French Canadians
One of the key elements of Canadian history
Canada is often described as a nation made up of many peoples, all coming together to form a multicultural mosaic that is as impressive as it is conspicuous. However, when we look at things more closely, we also find that Canada is a nation that has been profoundly shaped by two great peoples – British Canadians and French Canadians; in particular, their frequent struggles have contributed greatly to the shape and constitution of contemporary Canada. Over the next several pages, it will be argued that conflict between English Canadians and French Canadians is one of the defining threads in the entire history of Canada; to understand Canada,...
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