For almost as long as there's been a Canada, there's been a University of Alberta. Over the next year, in honour of Canada's 150th anniversary, we're proudly celebrating the people, achievements and ideas that contributed to the making of a confederation.
Could a single First World War battle have sparked a new national identity? Not entirely.
An inside account of Canada’s historic 1981 constitutional negotiations
Project explores Canadian government’s broken promise to Japanese-Canadians.
Patriarchal system must incorporate more female experiences and perspectives, argues sociologist.
When Srosh Hassan spoke in the House of Commons, she became a viral sensation—and a strong voice against ignorance.
From the Constitution to concussions, we’ve got the Canada 150 experts you can count on.
We're planning a full year's worth of special events to celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial. Mark your calendar so you don't miss out!
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