"This new volume is the perfect primer that just might lead to a resurgence in interest in Laurier and the lesser known Borden."
The Hill Times and Kingston Whig Standard
"It is a well-pace narrative for a popular audience."
The Winnipeg Free Press
"Dutil and MacKenzie have succeeded in bringing to life the Canada of a century ago in their fascinating, well-written, and well-researched book."
The Halifax Chronicle Herald
"Canada 1911 provides an in-depth look at a decisive election. [the authors] manage to make it clear why the election was so important to Canada, and why the themes heard in 1911 still resonate today. And there is no arguing that it was a key event in Canadian history."
The Victoria Times-Colonist
"Dutil and MacKenzie are to be congratulated for bringing the issues that dominated these important elections to the attention of modern readers in such entertaining and informative styles."
Literary Review of Canada
Popularly related, yet thoroughly researched, this volume will delight all of us who are fascinated by political campaigns and their often-disturbing results.
the meticulous attention to detail makes Canada 1911 compelling.
[the authors] manage to make it clear why the election was so important to Canada, and why the themes heard in 1911 still resonate today.
Beyond the Hill
Patrice Dutil and David MacKenzie sustain Dundurns reputation for page-turners.
The Dorchester Review