Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012

Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012
Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012
Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012
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This is a timeline of the most significant events in the history of French/English relations between 1960 and 2012. The timeline naturally begins with the Quiet Revolution, moves on to the rise of Quebec separatism, includes both referendum questions, and concludes with the fallout of Trudeau and Mulroney's failed attempts at constitutional reform. The timeline ends with a bibliography that will assist students who are interested in further study. This handout will prove to be indispensible as your students stickhandle their way through Canada's greatest existential crisis, and it should also allow for clearer discussions in what is often a confusing part of Canada's recent history.
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Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012
Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012
Canadian History Timeline: French/English Relations, 1960—2012
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