A group of Canadian history experts discuss some of the different perspectives on our history

A group of Canadian history experts discuss some of the different perspectives on our history — and what that means to our identities as Canadians.

An interactive discussion about Canadian history.

A group of Canadian history experts discuss some of the different perspectives on our history — and what that means to our identities as Canadians.

Watch the conversation in French.

Moderated by Mike Finnerty, host of Daybreak, CBC Montreal's weekday morning show.

Panelists

Brenda Wastasecoot
Lecturer, Centre for Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto

Lise Marie Baudry
Director, Centre Francophone De Toronto

Jack Jedwab
Executive Vice-President 
Association of Canadian Studies and the Canadian Institution for Identities and Migration

Marcel Martel
Professor, Department of History, York University
Holder of the Avie Bennett Historica Chair in Canadian History

Sasha Mullally
Associate Professor, Department of History, University of New Brunswick
Board Member, Canada's National History Society
Editor, Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region

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