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Provide the most correct answers to these questions from the September 1927 issue of The Beaver and you will be entered into a draw for a free copy of An Epic Tale, written by Mark Collin Reid, editor-in-chief of Canada's History magazine.
The original quiz had 100 questions. If you're curious, check them out in our archive:
Like children in other late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Canadian communities, boys in colliery towns and villages worked.
Fiction Feature: Young Gabriel can’t believe his eyes. Why are British soldiers arresting his father’s friend, M. Lefrançois? Is it because his newspaper Le Canadien stands up for the rights of French-speaking people?
For the past decade, Canada’s History has been highlighting artifacts from the HBC Collection of the Manitoba Museum.
How the Hudson’s Bay Company’s 300-year-old records became the property of the people of Canada.