100 Photos That Changed Canada

100 Photos That Changed Canada

Book - 2009 | 1st ed.
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From the Last Spike to Pierre Trudeau, from Vimy Ridge to Terry Fox, from Bob and Doug McKenzie to Ben Johnson, from Sir John A. Macdonald to Kim Campbell-- these subjects come to life in 100 images that touch us, unsettle us, or make us proud to be Canadian.

Over 30 writers enrich the photos with in-depth commentary, creating a complex tapestry of experience that is nostalgic, entertaining, sometimes shocking, but always memorable. A book full of reminiscences, a book to browse through and share, this beautifully designed gallery of images offers a fascinating, often personal, perspective on great moments from our history. With introductory comments by Charlotte Gray, Deborah Morrison and Mark Reid, and noted contributors from across Canada, this will be the gift book of the fall.

Contributors include Christie Blatchford, Michael Bliss, Tim Cook, Peter Desbarats, Will Ferguson, J.L. Granatstein, Rudyard Griffiths, Tina Loo, Peter Mansbridge, Ken McGoogan, Christopher Moore, Desmond Morton, Don Newman, Jacques Poitras, Dick Pound and Winona Wheeler

Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins Canada, c2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781554684977
Branch Call Number: 971.00222 O58
Characteristics: xxi, 230 p. : ill. (some col.).

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bobgrant
Jan 03, 2016

Interesting book. I found it a bit repetitive after WW1 though - I felt they went for the really obvious shots (the new flag, for instance) when something else might have revealed more about us. Good quick read.

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mquintalc
Dec 13, 2014

An excellent work of edition that brings together photos and specialists in the historical time where pictures were taken. It is like hearing the story of Canada through images, in the same way we tell the stories of our lives through a photo album. It is not only the outside part of the historical events but also the intimate part realated to the feelings and perceptions of the people who lived these events that were and still are important to this country. I really enjoyed it!

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