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One hundred years of Canadian accomplishments in aviation.
Compiled by Michel Groleau
When an impulsive young adventurer asked a crusty seaman if they could sail around the world in a small craft, he told him he could go one better — they could cross three oceans in a canoe. But it wasn’t all smooth sailing.
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.
How the myth surrounding a nineteenth-century ice giant melted away over time.