‘This book offers significant contribution to our understanding of the importance of religion to the social development of Canada between 1840 and 1965…Christie and Gauvearu’s analysis makes clear important distinctions between the social history of religion in Canada and that being played out in the United States.’ (Mark G. Toulouse)
About the Author
is the J.B. Smallman Chair in the Department of History at the University of Western Ontario. Michael Gauvreau
is a professor in the Department of History at McMaster University.