This annual reference work on Canada provides in concise, well-indexed, and readable form a responsible summary of all developments of public importance in this country during the past year. It has been compiled by a corps of Canadian scholars and experts working under the direction of an outstanding Canadian historian and commentator.
The Canadian Annual Review for 1965 will be an invaluable reference for anyone having occasion to write or speak about recent developments in Canada. The broad range of topics which it reviews includes Parliament and Politics (both federal and provincial), Foreign Affairs, Defence, Economics, Business, Agriculture, Labour, cience, Education, Health and Welfare, Law, Religion, Literature, and a whole range of cultural activities including sports. Convenient, authoritative, exceptionally readable and useful, its contents provide a dependable shortcut to the current history of Canada for a period hat cannot be dealt with fully by other references for many years.
The value of each edition of the new Canadian Annual Review (preceding volumes covered the years since 1960) will grow with the passing of time. In years to come a complete set of the annual volumes will furnish a clear historial perspective of the present and the immediate past.