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Famed exporer Captain James Cook is most known for his trips to the South Pacific. But he visited Canada's west coast too. Image: CW Jefferys, LAC.
How a Squamish leader beat systemic discrimination to become one of Canada's top legal experts on First Nations issues. Image: NVMA
Canada's Museum of Health Care looks at the history of the fight against deadly contagious diseases. Image: Sanofi Pasteur Canada Archives
A Calgary landmark gets a new lease on life as the home of the National Music Centre. Image: George Webber
Celebrating Macdonald's birthday bicentennial.
Watch how the Hudson’s Bay Company’s 400-year-old records became the property of the people of Canada.
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!
Canada's railways have always held a special place in our history and in our hearts.
Listen to a podcast about Bell Island, Newfoundland's, fascinating wartime history as a target of German U-boats.
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!
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.
The Ins and Outs of the Corset.
Nellie McClung and the Great War.
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.
See Throwback Thursday for your chance to win!
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
Famed exporer Captain James Cook is most known for his trips to the South Pacific. But he visited Canada's west coast too.
Canada's Museum of Health Care looks at the history of the fight against deadly contagious diseases.
A Calgary landmark gets a new lease on life as the home of the National Music Centre.
The corset has had more revivals in fashion history than the Toronto Maples Leafs have had in the NHL.
Sir John A. Macdonald has been caricatured as a drunkard and a crook. But without him there would be no Canada.
New Confederation painting brings 1864 Charlottetown Conference to life.
This object, called a tikanagan, likely once carried a heartily crying baby. It was designed to keep infants warm and safe and to make them easy to carry about.
Rocco-Antonio Graziadei was a bandleader and harpist in Ottawa during the Jazz Age of the Roaring Twenties and Great Depression. After his death, his son J.B. continued the family legacy.
Jan 28, 2015
The Canadian Press: Auditor issues scathing report on Bluenose II ‘boondoggle’
Jan 27, 2015
Postmedia News: Former Newfoundland railway is now the province's narrowest park
Jan 19, 2015
CBC News: Stollerys demolition raises questions about Toronto heritage rules
Feb 07, 2015
Biography and Fiction Conference
Feb 15, 2015
The War Years Movie Series Gala - Tarzan of the Apes (1918)
May 01, 2015
Science and History of Sable Island Conference
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