Making Canada Dry
The push to ban alcohol a century ago met with opposition and, briefly, success. by Daniel Francis
A century after its debut exhibition, the Group of Seven remains the topic of fascination — and debate. by Mark Collin Reid
The Group of Seven eclipsed formerly renowned Canadian artists like Homer Watson. by Nichole Martin
Defending the Land
A First Nation’s successful battle to win title over its traditional territory has deep roots in colonial history. by Andrew Findlay
On the cover
A man in Quebec enjoys a pint of beer, circa early twentieth century. The photo was taken by William B. Edwards, a British immigrant to Quebec who founded a photo studio in Montreal in 1917.
Appreciating David Thompson’s legacy. A life worth documenting. Memories of the HBC. Strathcona’s impact.
Finding pride in Calgary’s LGBTQ past. Rejecting the White Paper. Podcast lets listeners tune in to history. Photographic memory: Nazis take Winnipeg. From the archives: Polio epidemic in Canada. Mural celebrates Indigenous culture. The Mint celebrates HBC with silver.
Moccasins and an Inuit grammar book owned by a fur trader in northern Quebec.
A pilgrimage to Edmonton to visit Canada’s first mosque.
Cultural resilience. Tragic tycoons. Uncharted waters. Informed union. More books: Colonial legacy, writer-educator, striking illustrations, geodesic dreams, travelling identities. Read them all
Summer Reading Guide
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Canada’s teachers are helping students to cope with the upheaval caused by COVID-19.
Two men use automobiles to move a large tank and a trough to a Manitoba farm.
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