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In Clearing the Plains, award-winning author James Dashuk writes a scathing indictment of the Canadian government’s treatment of First Nations people in the late 1800s.
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.
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.
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?
As the Fathers of Confederation negotiated unity, their unmarried daughters and sisters hoped for alliances of a different kind.
The things that kept the common fighting man from cracking in the trenches were sometimes very small.
Eyewitness accounts from the frontlines of history.
See exclusive images of the new Canadian Museum for Human Rigths, set to open September 20.
Northern Ontario town celebrates 100 years of Winnie the Bear.
Aug 09, 2014
CBC News: Apparent Stanley Cup ring discovered by seven-year-old
Aug 07, 2014
The Globe and Mail: Capital Regional District mulls expropriation of Grace Islet
Aug 06, 2014
CBC News: Moncton's Castle Manor has been sold
Nov 21, 2014
(Re)Making Confederation: (Re)Imagining Canada
Dec 06, 2014
“A Queenston Holiday” at the Laura Secord Homestead
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