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Matthew Hayday in the News: National Post on Diefenbaker and the Canadian Flag

Posted on Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

Dr. Matthew Hayday's research into the origins, politics and meaning of Canada's national symbols  and celebrations is mentioned in a recent National Post article by Allen Levine. Read the story at the National Post

 

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