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An interview with Jacques Poitras about NB'...
A landmark Metis ruling: What it means
African-Canadian identity explored at Pier 21.
WWI historian Tim Cook on Borden and King.
Don Newman remembers the '72 Summit.
Brock is laid to rest
James Laxer on TVO: Tecumseh and Brock.
Columnist Tina Loo.
Pierre and Maggie: Canada's 'royal couple.'
Tim Cook's History Idol: Sir Arthur Currie
Residential school expert pulls no punches.
Jack Granatstein divulges why Mackenzie King is...
On one of the first black men to settle in MB.
Roy MacSkimming on Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
Robert Karpa wins two Best Photograph awar...
Will Ferguson idolizes Agnes Macphail.
Thoughts from ex-mayor of Banff, Ted Hart.
Paul Hellyer on merging of the armed forces.
September is country music month!
George Brown is Christopher Moore's idol.
Adrienne Clarkson talks about citizenship.
Richard Pound on his history idol Lord Durham.
Revealing family secrets.
Nelle Oosterom reads an excerpt on shell shock.
WWII POW describes his experience in Germany.
No Canadian vessel is more revered than the storied Bluenose. The fastest schooner in the world, it appears on our dime and has inspired generations of artists in Canada—particularly musicians.
As an ocean-going vessel took shape on a Saskatchewan farm during the Great Depression, it was clear that its builder was either a genius or a madman.
Nelle Oosterom, the Senior Editor of Canada’s History magazine, shares her memories of growing up on a small farm in southern Ontario.
This premier did the unthinkable — he launched social reforms that threatened the privileges of the wealthy. And the wealthy fought back.
After 33 years, Canadian Encyclopedia editor James Marsh has retired.
On the 25th anniversary of the encyclopedia in 2010, Canada's History CEO Deborah Morrison asked Marsh about his experiences as editor.
Drumheller Valley celebrates its rough-and-tumble coal mining history.
Dr. Jamie Morton, curator at the Manitoba Museum shows us three unique carvings made by indigenous people of Haida Gwaii and the Chukchi of Siberia. There's also a ghost ship.
“Mirth and madness will ring in halls throughout Saskatchewan this summer...” said the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix on May 22, 1948.
Sep 16, 2011
Postmedia News: Canada’s most decorated military hero to get gravesite monument
Sep 16, 2011
The Globe and Mail: Get out and explore the remote splendour of Glacier National Park
Sep 15, 2011
CBC News: Dinosaur feathers found in Alberta amber
May 29, 2013
Pathways to disciplinary understandings: The use of historical feature film in the teaching of history
Jun 12, 2013
City Talks - Urbanised Nature
Jul 01, 2013
Billings Estate National Historic Site
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