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‘That the country survived is remarkable,’ says author of Embattled Nation exploring Canada’s 1917 wartime election

The election was a ‘critical event in our history’ and Canada’s experience in the First World War, says co-author Patrice Dutil.

From helping solidify a ‘Quebecois’ identity, to spurring the creation of Elections Canada, to better understanding the ties that bind us, the election was a ‘critical’ moment in Canadian history, says Ryerson University professor Patrice Dutil, left, co-author of Embattled Nation along with Ryerson University's David MacKenzie, right. Photographs courtesy of Ryerson University

PUBLISHED :Monday, Nov. 6, 2017 12:00 AM

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