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2 Picture Race, Space, and Place-Gentlemen of England vs Toronto Cricket Club (1872).jpg
Match 2-4 September 1872, at Toronto Cricket Club grounds n. side College st. e. of St. George St.

A link to the 2015 decision of the Federal Court of Canada which held that a Sunni Muslim woman could wear a niqab when she took the oath of Canadian citizenship at a public ceremony.

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Photograph depicting the relocation of Japanese-Canadians to internment camps, 1942

"The Japanese Canadian history web site is a companion to resource books developed with a Networks Grant from the Ministry of Education on the internment of Japanese Canadians from 1942 to 1949 and the attainment of redress in 1988. “Internment and…

This resource is a chapter from The Politics of Racism by Ann Gomer Sunahara. It discusses the response of the governments of Canada and British Columbia to the bombing of Pearl Harbor and Hong Kong and the political movement toward the decision to…

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Letter to the editor of The Vancouver Sun in which the author raises concerns about Ottawa's failure to act fast enough to respond to the perceived threat posed by Japanese Canadians. The author refers to the 20,000 (of 25,000) Japanese Canadians…

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Group photograph of Steveston fisherman who relocated to Iron Springs, AB. The men worked on a beet farm in the area.

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Japanese Canadian fishermen having their boat confiscated by a Royal Canadian Navy Officer, 1941.

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The photo shows hundreds of fishing boats owned by Japanese-Canadians that were rounded up and seized, prior to being sold by the Custodian of Enemy Property.

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The War Measures Act is a Canadian Statute, first introduced in 1914. The purpose of the Act was to give the federal government absolute authority in times of war and other moments of national crisis.
In 1942, Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie…

A television broadcast detailing how some Japanese Canadians opposed compensation for their past treatment.

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Japanese Canadians, along with many prominent Canadians, rally on Parliament Hill in support of redress (April 14th, 1988)

A CBC news broadcast. Described as:
"Today, after 40 years, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney formally apologizes to Japanese Canadian survivors and their families. During the Second World War, 22,000 Japanese Canadians were uprooted from their homes,…

CBC Radio Broadcast "The World at Six": reporting on how Japanese Canadians celebrated after the announcement of the Redress Agreement

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Three screen shots capturing tweets posted in response to the plastering of xenophobic posters at the University of Alberta, including a tweet from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

A CBC news story reporting on xenophobic posters found on the campus of the University of Alberta. The posters targeted Sikh men in particular. The poster read: ""F---k your Turban ... If you're so obsessed with your third world culture go the…

This video depicts the 2014 Turban Up at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, ON.

This is a screenshot of a xenophobic poster about Sikhs found on the University of Alberta campus. It was posted by Laura Porter to the Overheard at the University of Alberta group. (FACEBOOK - LAURA PORTER)

In response to xenophobic posters found on the campus of the University of Alberta, students and visitors gather to learn about the turban and the Sikh faith and to try on a turban.

This story features Ginella Massa, Canada’s first news anchor to wear a Hijab.
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