Journal of Canadian Studies-Revue d'Etudes Canadiennes

(The TQCC of Journal of Canadian Studies-Revue d'Etudes Canadiennes is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Nationalism, Secularism, and Ethno-Cultural Diversity in Quebec11
Challenging Petro-Nationalism: Another Canada Is Possible?8
Where Is the Fairness in Canadian Cannabis Legalization? Lessons to be Learned from the American Experience5
Creating and Optimizing Employment Opportunities for Women in the Clean Energy Sector in Canada4
Maple-Glazed Populism: Political Opportunity Structures and Right-Wing Populist Ideology in Canada4
Revisiting ’69 Celebrations and Challenging Settler Homonationalism in the (Un)Just Society3
Regulating Private and Public Places of Non-Medical Cannabis Consumption in North America: Public Health and Public Safety Issues3
Conceptualizing a National Threat: Representations of “Homegrown Terrorism” in the News Media, Academia, and Grey Literature in Canada3
Framing, Suppression, and Colonial Policing Redux in Canada: News Representations of the 2019 Wet’suwet’en Blockade3
Pride Parades in Queer Times: Disrupting Time, Norms, and Nationhood in Canada3
Les manuels de géographie québécois et la représentation du fait canadien-français (1955–1978) : pistes de réflexion sous le signe de la référence, de l’historicité et de la géographicité2
“We The North”? Race, Nation, and the Multicultural Politics of Toronto’s First NBA Championship2
Tracing One Warm Line: Climate Stories and Silences in Northwest Passage Tourism2
Writing in Their Time: A Queer and Feminist Analysis of Vancouver’s 1979 Writing in Our Time Series2
Corporate Cannabis at Home and Abroad: International Regulation and Neoliberal Legalization2
Crafting a Heteronormative Haven: Representations of Sexuality on the Canadian Margin2
“Missing” Racialized Violence, Disturbing Continuities: Countertopographies of Violence in the Bruce McArthur Murders2
The Canadian Senate: An Institution of Reconciliation?2
Contagious Minorities: Chinese Canadians during the COVID-19 Pandemic2
“It Was a Strange New World, It Was”: Queering Place and Place Myths in Contemporary Newfoundland and Labrador Literature1
The Indigenous Public Child and Neoliberal Settler-Colonialism: Theorizing the Intersections between the White Possessive and Neoliberal Accountability Regimes1
“Where u from, who u wit?!” Black Pride Festivals as Itinerant Hospitality1
All the Flowers: Narrating Adolescence in Canada1
Canada’s First Celebrity Drug Trial: R v. Hatfield, 19851
Undermining Justice: The Political Framing of Actors in the Independent Assessment Process1
Taxing Disability: A Critical Look into the Medical Cannabis Regime under the New Cannabis Act, 20181
When Victims Look like Criminals: Rehumanizing Victim Representation in Serial Killer Cases1
Acts of Faith: The Postmigrant Theatre of David Yee1
The Newfoundland Master Narrative and Michael Crummey’sGalore: An Interpretive Framework1
Our Lives: Scribal Activism, Intimacy, and Black Lesbian Visibility in 1980s Canada1
How Well Is Cannabis Legalization Curtailing the Illegal Market? A Multi-wave Analysis of Canada’s National Cannabis Survey1
Tracing One Warm Line: Climate Stories and Silences in Northwest Passage Tourism1
Reading (Re)conciliation in White Settler and Chinese Canadian Narratives: From Liberal toward Transformative Approaches1
“Merely to See and Touch It”: On Service, McCrae, and Literary Tourism in Canada1