Celine Cooper

Celine Cooper is the subject editor for politics at The Canadian Encyclopedia. A former columnist with the Montreal Gazette, her writing can be found in a range of publications including Open CanadaPolicy OptionsNext City and The World Today. She has appeared frequently as a bilingual political analyst on television and radio public affairs programs in Quebec. Celine sits on the board of directors for the Association for Canadian Studies and the governing board for the Fraser-Hickson Library. She holds degrees from Queen’s University and York University, and is an instructor at Concordia University’s School of Community and Public Affairs in Montreal. 

Articles by Celine Cooper

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Dominique Anglade
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Immigrant Languages in Canada
Davidson Dunton, public servant and educator
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Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism
Pierre Laporte (1921-1970)
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Pierre Laporte
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Jean Vanier
Grey Nuns Convent, St Boniface
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Grey Nuns
Bonhomme Carnaval
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Bonhomme! Bonhomme!
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Bouchard-Taylor Commission on Reasonable Accommodation in Quebec (2007-2008)