Side One: Canada was very nearly part of the United States. To protect the northern routes to the American colonies, troops were sent to secure Toronto and Quebec. Despite brutal weather, tactical mistakes and the loss of critical leadership on the battlefield, the American Army nearly captured the strategic city/fort of Quebec. Meanwhile, Washington receives help from the heavens to drive the British out of Boston.
Side Two: What did the British think of the American Colonies and this conflict? Michael Medved reviews the politics and personal attitudes of various British citizens and officials from their letters, diaries and official communications.