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Your 2016 favourites!

Explore the most read articles from CanadasHistory.ca in 2016.

A Tribute to Rolph Huband

He was a visionary, and a champion of history who played a key role in repatriating a historic trove of Hudson’s Bay Company artifacts and records back to Canada.

Bayer’s Lake Mystery Walls

This 200-year-old historic site was lost until its public rediscovery in 1990. Archaeologists and historians have been unable to provide a conclusive explanation of the site’s origins.

Artifacts from the Deadly Skies

Go into the vaults with Canada's History to check out artifacts from the First World War!

Remember the Children: Photograph Identification Project

This project has worked to identify people in residential school photographs and put the images back into the hands of the Indigenous communities represented in the pictures.

Commemorating the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel

July 1, 2016, will mark the ninety-ninth Memorial Day, and the people of Newfoundland and Labrador have organized a multitude of events to commemorate the occasion.

Picking a Forget-Me-Not

Newfoundland artist discusses his art piece that commemorates the Newfoundland Regiment and the centennial of the Battle of Beaumont-Hamel.

If the shoes fit

New exhibit at the Bata Shoe Museum explores history of indigenous Arctic footwear.

From Vimy to Juno

Veterans and Students Celebrate Victory in Europe Day in Winnipeg

Growing History

A home gardener should consider growing heirloom plants for reasons beyond keeping history alive.

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