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See what’s inside this special digital-only January 2018 issue of Kayak.
This edition of Kayak, featuring guest editor Natasha Henry, shares some amazing stories and examples of the ways Black Canadians built and shaped this country.
The United Nations’ International Decade for People of African Descent (2015 to 2024) encourages us to “promote a greater knowledge of and respect for the diverse heritage, culture and contribution of people of African descent to the development of societies” and this issue of Kayak helps to do just that.
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It’s awful when terrible events occur, but on the flipside, it’s pretty wonderful to know that others are always ready to help. This issue looks at the Great Depression, the Halifax Explosion, emergency response and natural disasters.
From whales to horses, beavers to birds, learn all about how animals are part of the story of Canada.
We celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday and how our country came to be with the silly, the serious and the surprising stories of our past. Meet some of the people who helped bring democracy to our country, the people who made it a country, and the people who watched along the way.
The April 2017 issue of Kayak looks at 150 people, places and things that tell the story of Canada.