Ep. 3 - Consequences of Confederation - Canada and its Southern Neighbour
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Episode Three - Sleeping Next to an Elephant: Canada and its Southern Neighbour
This episode features History Professors Sean Kheraj and Marcel Martel of Toronto’s York University as they examine Canada’s on-again, off-again relationship with the United States, including the bromance between Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and the American president Ronald Reagan.
Consequences of Confederation is a 5-part video series featuring historians from York University. It explores a selection of outcomes of the 1867 British North America Act, the agreement among British colonies to form a new nation-state in North America.
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Who was Sylvia
Hubert and Jacomyn are modern day pioneers living in a straw bale home, powered by sun and wind, yet they are connected to a bygone era by the discovery of a mysterious neighbour who they would never meet .
Flash Frame Film and Video Network production for International Doc Challenge 2012