Here are additional articles on #Canada150.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CANADA (06/29/2017) | @HeartlandOnCBC
Q: Where does the name Canada come from?
A: The most accepted theory is that a St. Lawrence Iroquoian tribe who encountered French explorer Jacques Cartier used the word ‘kanata’ which in their language meant village or settlement. Cartier in his writings wrote ‘Canada,’ to reference not only the village he was directed to but the entire area.
— Natural Resources (@NRCan) June 30, 2017
Frozen bubbles in the Canadian Rockies, Canada pic.twitter.com/wjBugOxJpt
— Earth Pics (@EarthPix) June 29, 2017
— University of Alberta (@UAlberta) June 30, 2017
— Embassy of Canada US (@CanEmbUSA) June 30, 2017
— UK in Canada 🇬🇧🇨🇦 (@UKinCanada) July 1, 2017
— ScotGovAmericas (@ScotGovAmericas) June 30, 2017
Resisting 150: Colonialism is at the heart of the Canada 150 narrative. Here’s how we change the story. | @UAlberta @Medium
Métis professor @adamgaudry says that Canada 150 celebrates a history that, for Indigenous people, doesn’t really exist.
— World Solutions (@_WorldSolutions) February 21, 2015
— World Solutions (@_WorldSolutions) February 18, 2015