Centre Graduate Student presents at British Canadian Studies Conference

Centre graduate student, Luke Flanagan, presented a paper at the annual British Association of Canadian Studies (BACS) conference in London.

Luke’s paper is based on his doctoral thesis, which addresses the question of a political union of Canada’s three Maritime provinces – Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island – between 1960 and 1980. The title of the paper, and the thesis from which it is drawn, is "A Political Union of Canada’s Maritime Provinces 1960-1980: Why Did a Union Not Happen?"