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Military Chaplains Commemorated: A Toronto church is commemorating military chaplains with a special exhibit.

Military Chaplains Commemorated

A Toronto church is commemorating military chaplains with a special exhibit.

The book is in stores now and the companion website (with stories you won't find in the book) is now live!

Great War Album

The book is in stores now and the companion website (with stories you won't find in the book) is now live!

Canada's railways have always held a special place in our history and in our hearts.

Ties That Bind

Canada's railways have always held a special place in our history and in our hearts.

The bicentennial of John A. Macdonald’s birth takes place on January 11, 2015.

A Day for John A.

The bicentennial of John A. Macdonald’s birth takes place on January 11, 2015.

Attack on Bell Island: Listen to a podcast about Bell Island, Newfoundland's, fascinating wartime history as a target of German U-boats.

Attack on Bell Island, Newfoundland

Listen to a podcast about Bell Island, Newfoundland's, fascinating wartime history as a target of German U-boats.

A First World War soldier assures his mother he will return as

Dear Mother

A First World War soldier assures his mother he will return as "good a boy as when I went away."

Commemorating the wars is not about celebrating conflict; it is about remembering that there are values worth sacrificing for.

Remembrance

Commemorating the wars is not about celebrating conflict; it is about remembering that there are values worth sacrificing for.

Vikings on a Prairie Ocean: Manitoban Glenn Sigurdson brings the history of New Iceland to life in his memoir about growing up along Lake Winnipeg.

Vikings on a Prairie Ocean

Manitoban Glenn Sigurdson brings the history of New Iceland to life in his memoir about growing up along Lake Winnipeg.

The Château Ramezay commemorates the War of 1812 with items from its collection. Produced as three

1812: Objects to Discover

The Château Ramezay commemorates the War of 1812 with videos of items from its collection. Each video provides a different perspective: Canadian, British and First Nations.

Are valuable antiques hiding in your attic? Canada's History wants to help you!

What's it worth?

Are valuable antiques hiding in your attic? Canada's History wants to help you!

Canada's History senior editor Nelle Oosterom travels to Churchill and York Factory, Manitoba.

Fur Trade Footsteps: Photo Gallery

Canada's History senior editor Nelle Oosterom travels to Churchill and York Factory, Manitoba.

For a fresh take on the war, watch our original video series hosted by Tim Compeau.

War of 1812: A Video Field Guide

For a fresh take on the war, watch our original video series hosted by Tim Compeau.

Readers: submit old photos that capture a moment, important or ordinary, in Canada's history.

Album

Readers: submit old photos that capture a moment, important or ordinary, in Canada's history.

Online Extensions

A Day for John A.

The bicentennial of John A. Macdonald’s birth takes place on January 11, 2015.

Attack on Bell Island

Listen to a podcast about Bell Island, Newfoundland's, fascinating wartime history as a target of German U-boats.

Japanese-Canadian Internment

A new project explores Japanese-Canadians experience of dispossession during the Second World War.

The Great Flag Debate

Canadian Confederation took place in 1867 but it would be almost another hundred years before the nation would have its own flag.

Ties that Bind

Canada's railways have always held a special place in our history and in our hearts.

Dear Mother

A First World War soldier assures his mother he will return as "good a boy as when I went away."

Trading Post

	More than sixty-five tonnes of tobacco moved through York Factory between 1720 and 1774. Much of it was packaged in a form known as a carrot, because it resembled the shape and size of the vegetable.

More than sixty-five tonnes of tobacco moved through York Factory between 1720 and 1774. Much of it was packaged in a form known as a carrot, because it resembled the shape and size of the vegetable.

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The Argenteuil Rangers based in Argenteuil County in Quebec defended the growing province from Fenian raids and other threats.

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