What does it mean to sell a Canadian city as a "little piece of England"? What part does the history of the island play in this marketing strategy? Indeed, is there room for history? All too often although landmarks and tourist attractions are publicised as historic, the history they represent is carefully censored. Here, we hope to draw your attention to some of the censored segments of Canada's imperial history, and to start some interesting discussions about how tourism and marketing play with history to attract our attention -- and our dollars.

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