Recent discussions in the press, sildenafil in Parliament, in committee hearings an in general are once again throwing about the question of what is Canadian history and how do we handle the public discourse of it. The politics involved with this question and the answers provided are explosive if an agenda is at work but if we are trying to promote the academic review of the countries history, heritage and culture an all inclusive view should serve as the starting point with public demand driving the discussion from there. Let individuals decide what they are interested in by voting by request on the web or through media platforms, visits to historic sites, purchase of books and videos, viewership of TV shows and movies and many other vehicles of measuring their interest. Lincoln was a big hit in the United States last year because people were interested in the topic. So – the question is – what are you interested in?