The development of "chesterfield"--once a common Canadianism
for a sofa, but now somewhat moribund--is explored at length.
(56) Terence Fay, A History of Canadian Catholics: Gallicanism, Romanism, and Canadianism
(Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002), 241.
Montreal artists "have no great Canadianism
," he said.
example of narrow-minded Canadianism
. Davies asked whether the sovereign
In his 1965 "Conclusion," Frye named the assumption of a unique and unchanging essence of Canadian character as the "mystique of Canadianism
" and maintained that we are "obviously not to read [it] back into the pre-confederation period....
Its constitutional objective was (1) generally to weaken centrifugal provincialism by strengthening a contrary rights-bearing Canadianism
, and (2) specifically to weaken Francophone nationalism.
The federal multiculturalism program undermines Canadianism
because, as Dr.
Fay, A History of Canadian Catholics: Gallicanism, Romanism and Canadianism
(Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002), 250-1,282, 301; Eric O.
At the core of her arguments, there was always the intersection of Canadianism
that she absorbed at school, non-marxist socialist ideas, civic humanistic values, and civil libertarian views of freedom.
Similarly, the Nisei, in most cases, were made to feel like equals by their employers, which was an important affirmation of their Canadianism
at a time when it was being carefully scrutinized.
To Alfred Fitzpatrick, the founder of Frontier College, Bethune must have been the perfect embodiment of the labourer-teacher he was so desperately looking for: just, honest and brave people, "clean in life and lip, yet straightforward," who would become moulders of "Canadianism
." Bethune was barely 21 years old.
Terry Fay's recent survey A History of Canadian Catholics: Gallicanism, Ultramontanism, and Canadianism
(2002) comes to mind as a Grant-style work, weaving together disparate players, salient themes, and the integration of religion (in this case Catholicism) with other aspects of Canadian society.