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This object, called a tikanagan, likely once carried a heartily crying baby. It was an ingenious piece of Aboriginal child care technology that served as the contemporary equivalent of a crib.
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 videos of items from its collection. Each video provides a different perspective: Canadian, British and First Nations.
Eyewitness accounts from the frontlines of history, such as Mackenzie King in Berlin in 1937.
As the Fathers of Confederation negotiated unity, their unmarried daughters and sisters hoped for alliances of a different kind.
This fall marks the 150th anniversary of the conferences that led to Canada's Confederation. Did the Fathers of Confederation know what they were doing when they drafted our Constitution?
Oral histories from the survivors of the residential school system seeks to fill the gap in Canadian educational curricula.
Archaeologists have been looking for traces of three storied eighteenth century shipwrecks in the Gwaii Haanas region of British Columbia.
Are valuable antiques hiding in your attic? Canada's History wants to help you!
The book will be out this fall, but you can still submit photos for the website.
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.
Readers: submit old photos that capture a moment, important or ordinary, in Canada's history.
Military chaplains honoured in exhibit.
Video: Road to Confederation.
Richard Kistabish, on residential schools.
Ontario town celebrates Pooh.
Remembering our worst maritime disaster.
Surviving the sinking of the Empress.
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National Day of Honour for Afghanistan mission.
World War II: Victory in Europe celebration.
Bomb shelter book a smash!
A podcast on the mystery of the Bell of Batoche...
Inuit art collection gets new home.
Polar explorer Roald Amundsen featured in film.
Two key historic figures are now saints.
New film documents Canada's comic book hist...
UBC receives thousands of rare photos.
Moore: When history gets messy
Canada's record in Afghanistan
Canadians in the American Civil War
When smoking was chic
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The Graphic History Collective is a cadre of hi...
Hunting for Hudson Bay shipwrecks with a drone ...
Reclaiming Winnipeg's Upper Fort Garry
A song dedicated to a boy who died at Huronia i...
Nelle Oosterom blogs about old Beaver tales.
An interview with Marie-Eve Vaillancourt about ...
An interview with Jacques Poitras about NB'...
Top Remembrance Day stories from Creative Co...
Video: The "lost recording" of Give H...
A landmark Metis ruling: What it means
WWI historian Tim Cook on Borden and King.
Pierre and Maggie: Canada's 'royal couple.'
Tim Cook's History Idol: Sir Arthur Currie
Residential school expert pulls no punches.
As Scotland ponders independence, some thoughts on how the Scots made Canada what it is.
Presenting the young winners of the Aboriginal Arts & Stories competition.
A fast-growing database of veterans has become a boon to descendants of Toronto-area men and women who served in the world wars.
The gullible and the greedy have a long history of falling for inheritance hoaxes, says Paul Jones.
A Canadian soldier was so keen to enlist after the Frist World War broke out in 1914 that he neglected to tell his sweetheart. Read his letter of explanation.
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.
Olaf Johnson, a commercial fisherman by trade, sits on a beached houseboat with his children, Adeline and John.
Sep 15, 2014
The Globe and Mail: Fire erupts at Quebec City’s Musée de la civilization
Sep 14, 2014
Postmedia News: Historians close to pinpointing Sir John A. Macdonald’s birthplace
Sep 12, 2014
CBC News: Future of historic Edmonton building up in the air
Sep 27, 2014
Doors Open London
Oct 20, 2014
Canada's Great War Album Book Launch
Oct 24, 2014
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