Amelia Earhart was drawn time and again to Canada. Her experiences here set her on a path for a celebrated life — and a tragic death. by Bill Zuk
The Monster Who Loved Canada
Joachim von Ribbentrop’s charmed life in Canada betrayed little of his future role as a Nazi war criminal. by Cec Jennings
Dreams of Harmony
Although the utopian Finnish co-operative on British Columbia’s Malcolm Island was short-lived, its influence has persisted. by Nancy Payne
Making It Count
Canada’s first census was launched in 1666, but it took three hundred years to be truly completed — by a rebel historian who championed Quebec’s Quiet Revolution. by Christopher Moore Read the article
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Pilot Amelia Earhart in 1930. (Alamy)
Inspiring encounter. Seeking the full picture. It’s official.
Brushes with climate change. By the Numbers: War Amps key tag service. Photographic Memory: The Bluenose. From the Archives: Making a landmark. Protecting and promoting the Ojibwe Horse.
A nameplate from HBC icebreaker the Nascopie.
A modest church and other sites show the Loyalists’ influence in eastern Ontario. Radio legacies.
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Of family trees and root causes.
Young Citizens program proved to be life-changing experience for inaugural contest winner.
Workers take a lunch break amid massive railway equipment.