50 Canadians Who Changed the World

50 Canadians Who Changed the World

Book - 2013
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Ken McGoogan takes readers on a compelling journey through the lives of fifty accomplished Canadians born in the 20th century who have changed - and often continue to change - the great wide world. From Tommy Douglas, Pierre Trudeau, John Kenneth Galbraith, Naomi Klein, Marshall McLuhan, Stephen Lewis, and Romǒ Dallaire to Oscar Peterson, Leonard Cohen, and forty-one others.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario :, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd,, [2013].
Copyright Date: ©2013
ISBN: 9781443409308
Characteristics: 327 pages ;,24 cm.


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If you’d like to explore Canada and Canadians who made a huge difference in our country and world-wide, then, look no further than Kenneth McGoogan’s 50 Canadians Who Changed the World. Very informative, well written, nicely balanced (there is just enough information and you feel completely satisfied – you don’t get bored and you don’t become overloaded with facts). Borrow now and brush up on your famous Canadians knowledge just in time for Canada Day 2018. There is plenty of time still! (Submitted by Mariya)

Mar 02, 2014

Left-leaning but otherwise intelligent. No photos of the 50!?!

Jan 29, 2014

Interesting read about some utterly amazing lives. Perfect book for when you only have time to read little bits here and there, as most of the bios are just a few pages long.

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