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A deal with the devil brings woodcutters home for the holidays in this delightful folktale from Quebec.
Beryl Fox was the woman behind a groundbreaking documentary on the Vietnam War.
The founder of Quebec remains an elusive figure in Canadian history.
Read some of the frank and personal letters home Second World War pilot Willie McKnight wrote while in the midst of the Battle of Britain.
The white leaders got the glory but it was the Inuit expedition members who made it all possible.
Battle of Britain: How Canadian fly boys saved England from the Nazis.
Canada's Warrior Prince: How dashing, daring Prince Rupert launched a fur trade empire.
Many of Canada's historic sites are reputed to be haunted by ghosts.
Comic book publisher puts fantastic spin on Mark Twain’s visit to Niagara Falls.
Video: View this animated video for a quick primer on what happened to North America’s locusts:
Coastal beacons receive cash infusion thanks to heritage group.
Video: A hundred years ago, women in Canada took the first steps towards full participation in political life.
Long thought to be a creature of myth, the fearsome giant squid turned out to be real afterall.
Archaeologists return to the site of HMS Erebus, a ship from Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition.
New project seeks to identify Inuit people photographed in the early to mid-twentieth century.
Watch how the Hudson’s Bay Company’s 400-year-old records became the property of the people of Canada.
The book is in stores now and the companion website (with stories you won't find in the book) is now live!
Are valuable antiques hiding in your attic? Canada's History wants to help you!
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.
It's not easy choosing #GreatWomen.
Who saved the West Coast from the U.S.?
Download this FREE desktop of the Silver Dart.
History Spotlight: Canada’s First Railway
The fearsome giant squid is no myth.
Do you know football? Then you know "Oskee...
Video: Unlocking the mystery of the Erebus.
Canadian boats on our waterways.
Watch Nanook of the North
Video: John McCrae's War
Maps That Changed the World
Viola Desmond: An Unlikely Crusader
Canadian Clichés: We stand on guard with glee.
Allan Levine explains how we got the maple leaf...
Podcast: U-Boat attack on Newfoundland.
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...
Moore: When history gets messy
Canada's record in Afghanistan
Canadians in the American Civil War
When smoking was chic
Listen to this exclusive cut from an album of 1...
A song dedicated to a boy who died at Huronia i...
A landmark Metis ruling: What it means
Legitimate political power derives from a mandate from the masses — that’s today’s theory. But in practice, Canada’s governing elites historically have often tried their best to snub the masses.
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With Fenians massing on our country’s doorstep, it fell to an unlikely band of sharpshooting citizens in Quebec to defend Canada.
Most babies arrive nine months after conception. For Malcolm Reid it was nine months after his mother’s death.
Efforts are being made to repatriate the remains of several indigenous Labradorians who died in Europe while being part of a travelling zoo exhibit in the 1880s.
In a perfect world, the thirty women on this list would be household names. But for too long history textbooks have focused on great men, to the exclusion of all others.
Bows and arrows were one form of hunting implement.
The community of Saint-Damase relied on Vénérand Fortin and his big black horse, named Le Coq, to pull the hearse fitted on a sleigh.
Feb 02, 2016
Ashcroft-Cache Creek Journal: Lytton sites receive Chinese Heritage designation
Feb 02, 2016
Simcoe Reformer: Author says apology would help Home Children families
Jan 27, 2016
Postmedia News: Canadian War Museum criticized for accepting money from weapons maker for exhibit on recent wars
Feb 12, 2016
Let Them Howl: 100 Years in the Women's Rights Struggle
Feb 27, 2016
Wawahte Documentary Premiere
Jun 02, 2016
The Fenian Raids/Battle of Ridgeway Conference
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