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Kings of the New World

Four Native leaders arrived in London in 1710 to a splendid royal welcome. That was a change. Earlier Aboriginals in Europe were often unhappy kidnap victims.

Who Do You Think I Am? A Story of Tom Longboat

A legendary athlete, he was adored and celebrated as the finest runner of his time. But journalists of the day could never reconcile such brilliance with his native birth. Yet even when their discomfort turned to slurs and condescension,Tom Longboat's dignity remained intact.

Reclaiming Saint Kateri

A “lily among thorns” or a victim of colonialism? Maybe there’s another way to understand Canada’s only Aboriginal saint.

Lost Religion of the Beothuk

Little is known about the spiritual beliefs of Newfoundland's now-extinct Beothuk people. But archaeologists have recently come up with some new theories.  

Eyeing Our Surroundings

Groundbreaking exhibit explores historic landscapes.

Women Win the Vote

A hundred years ago, women in Canada took the first steps towards full participation in political life.

Flour sack dress

With a few threads and an eye for detail, the unappealing pantry bag became a Depression-era fashion item for working-class women in rural Canada.

Haunted History

Many of Canada's historic sites are reputed to be haunted by ghosts.

Prince of Rupert's Land

Few Canadians realize that Canada's early destiny was steered by a swashbuckling cavalier.

Roots: Family frauds

Researchers should beware of perpetuating falsehoods from the past.

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