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One hundred years of Canadian accomplishments in aviation.
Compiled by Michel Groleau
Many Canadian women have helped shape how we think about and use transportation.
In the 1920s, the HBC was looking to expand its markets and sent a small group on the S.S. Baychimo to post-revolutionary Russia.
A descendant of a family who survived the sinking of the Empress of Ireland talks about a disaster that no one wanted to remember.
Carrioles allowed trappers to transport supplies and furs throughout the winter. Pulled by dogs, they were sometimes used to transport high-profile people.