Sources: An uncertain homecoming

This is a page of the sources I used when doing the research for my 3 part essay An uncertain homecoming. Find part I here, part II here, and part III here.

Chinese Canadian Veterans at Remembrance Day, Vancouver, 1986

100 years ago today, (most) women got the right to vote in BC. (2017, Apr 5). Retrieved from CBC.

150 years of immigration in Canada. (2016, Jun 29). Retrieved from Statistics Canada.

BC Historical newspapers. Retrieved (2017 May 6) from UBC Library Open Collections.

Charter of the United Nations: Chapter 1: Purposes and principles. Retrieved from the United Nations.

(The) Chinese experience in British Columbia 1850-1950: Social and Cultural Life: Chinese Benevolent Association. (2017). Retrieved from the University of British Columbia.

Chinese Immigration certificates. (2017). Retrieved from the Vancouver Public Library.

Davis, C. – 1945. (2011). Retrieved from the History of Metropolitan Vancouver.

Davis, C. (2011). The Chuck Davis history of metropolitan Vancouver. Madeira Park, BC.: Harbour Publishing Co. Ltd.

Dodson Mah. Retrieved 17 May 2017 from the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society.

Driedger, L. Prejudice and discrimination in Canada. (2011, Feb 10). Retrieved from the Canadian Encyclopedia.

Douglas Jung. (2009, Nov 23). Retrieved from the Government of Canada.

Early Chinese Canadians. (2009 Jan 16). Retrieved from Library and Archives Canada.

Electoral history of BC. (2017). Retrieved from Elections BC.

Frank Wong. Retrieved 17 May 2017 from the Chinese Military Museum Society.

Heroes remember – Chinese Canadian Veterans: Roy Mah. (2014, Dec 8). Retrieved from Veterans Affairs Canada.

Immigration Regulations, Order-in Council PC 1967-1616, 1967. Retrieved 3 June 2017 from the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21.

Indigenous people in the second world war. (2017, Apr 18). Retrieved from Veterans Affairs.

Interview with Alex Louie for Unwanted Soldiers. (1999, Dec). Retrieved from the Critical Thinking Consortium.

Interview with Victor Eric Wong. Retrieved from the Critical Thinking Consortium.

Louey King – WWII Chinese commandos fought for equality at home. Retrieved from Our Stories – Chinese Canadian National Council.

King, W. Canada’s postwar immigration policy. Retrieved from the Alberta Encyclopedia.

Moss, W. and E. Gardner-O’Toole. (1991, Nov). people: history of discriminatory laws. Parliamentary Research Branch, Retrieved from Library of Parliament.

Ng, W. (1999). The Chinese in Vancouver, 1945-80: The Pursuit of Identity and Power. Vancouver, BC. UBC Press.

Novogrodsky, N. Submission to UN Special Rapporteur Mr. Doudou Diene. (2003 Dec 22). Retrieved from University of Toronto Law.

Practice Note 01-15: Land title and survey authority of BC Land Title Division. (2015, Aug 7). Retrieved from BC Land Title and Survey.

McLachlin, B. (2002). Racism and the law. University of Toronto Journal of Law and Equality. (7)24. Retrieved from Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

Stanley. T. (2015, Jan 7). John A. Macdonald’s Aryan Canada: Aboriginal Genocide and Chinese Exclusion. Retrieved from Active History.

Veteran stories: Wee Hong Louie. (2017). Retrieved from the Chinese Canadian Military Museum Society.

Vibert, D. W. (1988). Canada’s Chinese immigration policy and immigration security 1947-1953: A thesis submitted to the faculty of graduate studies and research (master’s thesis). McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Wong, M. (1994). The dragon and the maple leaf: Chinese Canadians in World War II. Toronto, ON: The Bryant Press Limited.