Errata

The following errors in the original McGill-Queen’s University Press publication should be corrected in subsequent re-prints:

Page 17
In the second paragraph, there is a small error in the following sentence: “Based on ÉVAQ’s 2012–15 data, children under nineteen accounted for 7 per cent of air shuttle evacuations, but 20 per cent of flying hospital transfers (ÉVAQ 2018c, 1)”. The part in bold should have appeared as follows: “individuals nineteen and under accounted for 7 per cent of air shuttle evacuations”.

Page 43
In the second paragraph, “Édith Farah-Elassal” should have appeared as “Édith-Farah Elassal”.

Page 123
At the end of the first paragraph, “effectively” should be inserted before “annexed”: “In 1865, the British Crown effectively annexed the territory to British Columbia, which joined the Canadian Confederation a few years later (Swanky 2016, vii).”

Page 128
In the list towards the end of the first paragraph, “Mistissini” should be “Mistassini”.

Page 268
In the second paragraph, the “not” (highlighted in bold) should be deleted: “Clearly, the jarring public backlash faced by Black and Indigenous opponents to the plays proved that any summertime lull and political apathy could not be overcome if an issue was considered important enough in Québécois society.” The sentence should have read as follows: “Clearly, the jarring public backlash faced by Black and Indigenous opponents to the plays proved that any summertime lull and political apathy could be overcome if an issue was considered important enough in Québécois society.”

Page 275
In the third line, “Elispogtog” should be spelled “Elsipogtog”.

[Last update: March 21, 2021]