An illuminating look at the people who helped shape the twentieth century in Canada.
Gordon Darroch is professor emeritus of sociology at York University.
"The Dawn of Canada's Century gathers together first rate scholars
to assess a formidable and powerful source of evidence. It
contributes directly to a new and original understanding of the
Canadian population at the turn of the twentieth century and should
draw readers to its wide variety of themes." Brian Gratton, Faculty
of History, Arizona State University
" This detailed and sophisticated empirical study presents some of the "hidden histories" that underlie the ambitious nation-building project of the Laurier years, but also some valuable and unexpected insights into the very fabric of 20th-century society