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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 addition to its commercial importance, the creation of a fur-trade radio network in the 1930s brought far-reaching changes to the lives of Northern residents.
Nancy Payne speaks with Maureen Nevins, about a song from a wildly popular musical comedy, and a beloved British tune performed by one of Canada’s most famous ensembles.
Sarah King's presentation “Be…In This Place: Cornerstones of Atlantic Canadian Citizenship” from the Beyond 150: Telling Our Stories Twitter Conference held in August 2017.
Canada’s reputation for tolerance owes much to one Canadian whose human rights legacy lives on today.