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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.
A Canadian professor’s research into sensory deprivation and its connection to disturbing new methods of interrogation.
How a clandestine industrial plant in British Columbia aided the Manhattan Project.
A young Canadian scientist working on the Manhattan Project gave his life to save his friends when an experiment went wrong.
From its opening in 1876 to its closure in 2009, an Orillia, Ontario, institution for people with cognitive challenges has had a long and difficult history. In 2013, former residents of the institution have reached a compensation settlement with the Ontario government.