Books and Articles
Aitkin, Sally, Helen D’Orazio and Stewart Valin eds. Walking Fingers: The Story of Polio and Those who lived with it. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 2004.
Babad, Michael and Catherine Mulroney. Campeau: The Building of an Empire. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1989.
Benidict, Michael, ed. Canada in the Fifties: from the archives of MacLean’s. Toronto: Penguin Books Canada, 1999.
Cook, Ramsey, and Réal Bélanger eds. Canada’s Prime Ministers : Macdonald to Trudeau Portraits from the Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007.
Davis, Donald F. “A Capital Crime? The Long Death of Ottawa’s Electric Railway” Ottawa: Making A Capital. Eds. Jeff Keshen and Nicole St-Onge. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2001. p. 349-375.
Fischer, Doug ed. Our Times: A Pictorial Memoir of Ottawa’s Past. Ottawa: Ottawa Citizen, 2000.
Fischer, Doug ed. To the Editor: A Century of Letters. Ottawa: The Ottawa Citizen, 2000.
Gillmor, Don; Achille Menaud and Pierre Turgeon. Canada: A People’s History vol. 2. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2001.
Haig, Robert. Ottawa: City of the Big Ears. Ottawa: Haig and Haig Publishing Co., 1975.
Hiller, James K. “Newfoundland Confronts Canada, 1867-1949.” The Atlantic Provinces In Confederation. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997. 349-381.
McAuley, Jim. The Ottawa Sports Book: Vignettes from Ottawa’s Sport History. Burnstown, Ontario: General Store Publication House, 1987.
Melady, John. Pearson’s Prize: Canada and the Suez Crisis. Toronto: The Dundurn Group, 2006.
Rooke, P. T. and R. L. Schnell. No Bleeding Heart: Charlotte Whitton A Feminist On The Right. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1987.
Sebestyen, Victor. Twelve Days Revolution 1956: how the Hungarians tried to topple their Soviet masters. London: Orion Publishing Group, 2006.
Woods, Jr., Shirley E. Ottawa: The Capital of Canada. Toronto: Doubleday Canada Ltd., 1980.
Gordon, David “Weaving A Modern Plan For Canada’s Capital: Jacques Greber and the 1950 Plan for the National Capital Region.” Urban History Review. March 1, 2001. <http://www.articlearchives.com/government/government-bodies-offices-heads/248272-1.html> Accessed 24 February 2009.
Former Governors General. <http://www.gg.ca/document.aspx?id=14615&lan=eng> Accessed 23 February 2009.
The Canadian Encyclopedia. Accessed 24 February 2009. <http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/en/>
The History of the Canadian Tulip Festival: A Celebration Founded on Friendship. Accessed 21 January 2009.