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This WikiProject was formed to foster better articles on the History of Canada with a spirit of cooperation. This page and its subpages contain suggestions on formatting and layout of articles as well as to do lists pertaining the History of Canada


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Online resources

  • Bourinot, John George, Sir; Wrong, George McKinnon (1909). Canada Under British Rule 1760-1905. University of California Libraries: Cambridge, University press.
  • E. Riendeau, Roger (2007). A brief history of Canada (2nd ed.). Toronto: - Facts on File, cop. ISBN 9780816063352.
  • Francis, R. D; Jones, Richard; Smith, Donald B (2009). Journeys: A History of Canada. Oxford, UK: Nelson Education. ISBN 9780176442446.
  • Hayes, Derek (2002). Historical Atlas of Canada. Douglas and McIntyre. ISBN 978-0-295-98277-9.
  • Kingsford, William (1887). The History of Canada: Canada under French rule. Roswell and Hutchinson.
  • Morton, Desmond (2001). A short history of Canada (5th ed.). Marks and Spencer. ISBN 0771065086.
  • Morton, Desmond (1999). A military history of Canada (4th ed.). Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. ISBN 0771065140.
  • Matthews, Geoffrey J (1987). Historical atlas of Canada, From the beginning to 1800. 1. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0802024955.
  • Murphy, Rae; Bain, Colin M (1993). Canadian History: Canada Since 1867 Essentials. N.J.: Piscataway. ISBN 0878919171.
  • Bumsted, J. M (2003). Canada's diverse peoples: a reference sourcebook. Library of Congress ( ABC-CLIO). ISBN 1576076725.
  • Cohen, Andrew (2008). The Unfinished Canadian: The People We Are. Emblem ed. ISBN 9780771022869.
  • Magocsi, Paul R (1999). Encyclopedia of Canada's peoples. Society of Ontario, University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0802029388.
  • Pannekoek, Frits; Taras, David; Bakardjieva, Maria (2003). How Canadians communicate, Volume 1. University of Calgary Press. ISBN 1552381048.
  • Resnick, Philip (2005). The European Roots Of Canadian Identity. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press. ISBN 1-55111-705-3.
  • Richard, Madeline (1992). Ethnic history and marital assimilation in Canada, 1871 and 1971. University of British Columbia Press. ISBN 0774804319.
Government of Canada
  • Canada Year Book (CYB) annual 1867-1967
  • Events of National Historic Significance
  • National Historic Sites of Canada
  • Persons of National Historic Significance in Canada
  • The Dictionary of Canadian Biography
  • The Canadian Museum of Civilization
  • Canada - UCB Libraries GovPubs
  • Canadian Studies - Guide to the Sources
  • History of Canadian immigration by Marianopolis College
  • The Historica-Dominion Institute


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