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In this video Canada's History goes behind-the-scenes at the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
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Watch now: in this video Canada's History goes behind-the-scenes at the Manitoba Museum to view and to touch artifacts and specimens.
Canada's History goes into the vaults at the Canadian War Museum with Dr. John Maker and Collections Specialist Eric Fernberg to learn about artifacts in the Deadly Skies – Air War, 1914-1918 exhibition.
In the years that James Douglas was director of the Beauport Asylum, the treatment of the mentally ill was a model for its time: starting with the notion that they were people too.
A missed train sparks a big idea.
Intelligence agencies such as the CIA developed new and disturbing methods of interrogation based on the findings of researchers like the University of Manitoba's Dr. John Zubek.
A Canadian discovers how to transmit music and voice over the airwaves.