Canadian Studies welcomes student athletes Jordan Thompson (left) and Ethan Crick, both freshmen from Calgary, Alberta playing for Cal Bears hockey. Go Bears!
Canadian Studies Director Emeritus Nelson Graburn, and Board Member Roslin Tunis working together in the early 2000s.
Canadian Studies kicked off the 2015-2016 school year with a poutine picnic in the Class of 1925 courtyard, over 100 Canadians and friends of Canada attended.
Canadian Studies is located within the Institute of International Studies in Moses Hall (center).
Frédérick Gagnon of Université du Québec à Montréal speaks at Canadian Studies in 2015.
2 PM, 119 Moses Hall. Blackfoot is an endangered Algonquian language spoken by several thousand people in Southern Alberta and Northern Montana. Most fluent speakers are now elderly and, with very few exceptions, young people no longer learn the language as a mother tongue in the home....
NEWS & RESEARCH
Canadian Studies Director Irene Bloemraad has penned an Op-Ed with The Honourable Ratna Omidvar in the Globe and Mail. Dr. Bloemraad and Senator Omidvar make the case that Canada should take...
Thomas Garden Barnes Chair of Canadian Studies and noted immigration scholar Dr. Irene Bloemraad recently recorded a podcast with Macleans' Ottawa Bureau. The podcast examines the question "What makes Canadian...