"An astute educator or parent can use this book to start important conversations about Canada's history and its people." - Kirkus Reviews
"Eloquently examines the country's rich cultural makeup, from the ancestors of Canada's Aboriginal peoples to present-day Syrian refugees... Clearly organized and written, this is a valuable look at Canadian history and culture." - School Library Journal
"An impressively comprehensive text that will be a welcome addition to classrooms and libraries across Canada. The stories told here are by turns inspiring and troubling, but always deeply human, and should spark animated conversations and deeper explorations of the vast range of experiences that enrich the country we call home." - Quill & Quire
"A lot of interesting information... At a time when immigration is a high priority for our government, this book will give context to Canada's position on immigration...a good one to add to a school or public library collection." - Resource Links
"A strength of this work is Hughes' celebration of Canada without ignoring its history of racist policies towards immigrants and ethnic Canadians alike...a good introduction to Canadian history focusing upon the people of the country and the lands from which they came. Recommended." - Canadian Review of Materials
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