Treasures of Canada
Museum artifacts are a gateway to the past. by Mark Collin Reid
Darkness at Noon
Wind and dust made for hard times in Saskatchewan in the 1930s. by Bill Waiser
The Country of Half Welcomes
Canada’s checkered history with refugees. by George Melnyk
On the cover
A man braces himself against a dust storm near Lethbridge, Alberta, during the dirty thirties.
A real dry spell.
Female pilot an inspiration. Neighbours with history. Vikings via satellite?
New life for the Nonsuch. Barges, steamboats, and “timber cruising.” Trans-Canada travels. Mona Parsons. Preserving a residential school. CEO recognized. Remembering the Montreal Expos.
A model of the nineteenth-century Hudson’s Bay Company schooner Cadboro.
Q&A: Tim Cook on the secret lives of First World War soldiers. Reputation saving. Worst. Year. Ever. Rebellious Patriot. More books: Connected by water, Indigenous-newcomer relations, Pierre Trudeau’s Alberta, women politicians. Read them all
A Supreme Court decision in a case about beer makes a distinction between the efforts of historians and politicians.
Sir John A. Macdonald’s summer home in Rivière du Loup, Quebec, is now a working bed and breakfast.
Annual Report: Canada’s sesquicentennial year offered many opportunities for reflection and renewal. Plus, our annual Honour Roll of valued donors.
Furniture company’s employees don “sweet little” newspaper dresses for social club variety show.