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Thirty years after his death, Terry Fox still inspires and haunts Canadians.
A little-known, hard-working civil servant deserves recognition as the father of our National Historic Sites and parks.
When Canada provided foreign aid to fight the Cold War threat in Asia, the outcome was dangerously unpredictable.
For a generation of young Canadians, Miles for Millions was a march towards a better world.
They have worked as doctors, teachers, missionaries, and champions of human rights, and they all have been driven by the same desire — to make a positive difference in the world.
George Feyer was at one time Canada’s most celebrated cartoonist. But fame could not erase his dark side.
An international costume exhibition about women who served in the First World War is looking for Canadian submissions.
How a First World War Canadian army doctor came to write a poem that, a hundred years later, continues to stir the hearts of people around the world.
Watch a video with Canadian veterans speaking about their experience of liberating Holland from Nazi occupation in 1945.
Listen to excerpts about the story of Marie-Anne Lagimodière, the first European woman to settle in Canada’s West.
Jun 18, 2014
The Canadian Press: Bluenose II restoration costs $19-million and climbing, Nova Scotia says
Jun 14, 2014
The Canadian Press: Walking tour offers delicious way to experience historical Halifax
Jun 11, 2014
The Canadian Press: Yukon ‘forest’ of 75,000 signs designated a historic site
May 01, 2015
Science and History of Sable Island Conference
Jun 30, 2015
Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo
Jul 06, 2015
Historical Thinking Summer Institute
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