In this seventh edition of the two-volume Readings in Canadian History, the focus has been to provide a collection of articles suitable for introductory Canadian history tutorials. Topics were selected in relation to the major issues that are explored in such history courses, and the end result is valuable readings throughout the volume. Articles vary in voice and represent the various regions of the country. Whenever possible they reflect new research interests among Canadian historians. Short introductions to each topic set the readings in a historical context and offer suggestions for further readings. The reader also provides a series of questions at the end of each topic introduction to guide students in their reading of the articles and as a basis for discussion in tutorials.