Librarians and parliamentary nerds rejoice! You can easily search the House of Commons debates going back to 1901 using a nifty new website painstakingly put together by University of Toronto political and computer scientists and historians. LiPaD, also known as the Linked Parliamentary Data Project, is a searchable digital database of Canadian Hansards since 1901. By going to lipad.ca, you can use the search bar to quickly pinpoint when certain words were used in decades of parliamentary debates. While
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