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Adopting the alias Pearl Hart, Lillie Davy escaped poverty with determination and a six-shooter. by John Boessenecker
No Retreat, No Surrender
Seventy years after the Korean War armistice, Canadian veterans remember the conflict. by David Pugliese Listen to our podcast
Pulp Secrets Exposed!
Spies, detectives, and adventurers filled the pages of Quebec’s dime novels. by Jean-Louis Trudel
The Great Race
A Toronto track owner took a gamble to land the most spectacular horse race of the twentieth century. by Bob Carson
On the cover
A colourized photograph shows Lillie Davy, a.k.a. Pearl Hart, posing with two six-shooters and a Winchester rifle after being arrested for stagecoach robbery in 1899. / Hanover Square Press
The real Wild West.
Tough choices. Another explanation? Memorable match. Ties that bind.
Refus Global. Sailing with “Steamboat Bill.” A life of toil. Emancipation Day. Cool and calculated. The secret history of camping. Making history in Atlantic Canada. Quebec singing sensation Alys Robi.
A hat from northern Quebec is an example of the region’s Inuit grass-weaving tradition.
Can statistics increase the probability of success for family history researchers?
Historical streetcars tour Edmonton’s Old Strathcona neighbourhood and cross the High Level Bridge. At the museums: children’s television, female Impressionists
Close Read: In the footsteps of Sophia. Reviews: Behind open doors. Barons pressed. More books: Folk artist, family ties, refugee experience, Klondike gold, impactful days. Read them all
Celebrating the successes of 2022–23. Plus our annual honour roll of donors.
The King and Queen ride past an immigrant’s house in Regina.