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Join A.Y. Jackson on his journey to Grace Lake in Killarney Provincial Park.
Film by NFB, Radford Crawley
In this video from the National Film Board the narrator and A.Y. Jackson take turns describing scenery, travel, and the process and intentions of painting nature.
In 1924, a charismatic Doukhobor leader died in a spectacular railway explosion. His death remains unsolved.
Expo 67 was the place to see and to be seen.
For thousands of 20th-century brides, the Canadian Cook Book, the country’s first mass-produced book of recipes, unlocked the mysteries of domestic science.
He was a visionary, and a champion of history who played a key role in repatriating a historic trove of Hudson’s Bay Company artifacts and records back to Canada.