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Canadian Current Events Project – The Keystone XL Pipeline
This report examines how the Keystone XL pipeline is being “framed” by its proponents and criticized by its detractors. The essay was very strong in many respects. In particular, the jury appreciated its clear demonstration ...
Towers of Power: An empirical analysis of Toronto’s Central Business District
Kitchen travelled to Toronto’s business district to examine the physical form of downtown office tower complexes and Toronto’s PATH system. Especially for a second year course paper, his combination of theoretical fluency, ...
Perceptions of and Attitudes toward French L2 Learning Opportunities On- and Off-campus Among Students not Specializing in French at Glendon
Being one of the first student-initiated research projects about learning French as a second language at Glendon College, the present paper aims to examine Glendon students’ perceptions of and attitudes towards French L2 ...
Treaty Six: A Portrait of Cree Agency
The author argues that current Canadian historiography imagines that, threatened with starvation, First Nations tribes were passive and compliant actors in the process of negotiating the Numbered Treaties of the North-West. ...
Shifting Ground: Changing Communities in the Story Cycles The Hunting Ground and Aurora Montrealis
The jurists very much enjoyed this paper, several of us commenting that we would have to read Proulx’ Aurora Montrealis ourselves. Very well written indeed, it taught us something about both the genre of the short story ...
The William Westfall Canadian Studies Prize