Thomas D’Arcy McGee, a Canadian nationality, 1862

This is a fitting speech as Canada winds down its 150th year since Confederation. Thomas D’Arcy McGee was one of the great pre-Confederation orators. This speech, urging the creation of a new Canadian nationality, was delivered three years prior to conferences in Charlottetown and Quebec City, which negotiated the details of Confederation. McGee came to Canada from Ireland... Continue Reading →

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