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John A.’s Surprising Personal Life

There was more to Canada’s first prime minister than you might think.

Witness: Canadian Art of the First World War

Powerful Canadian War Museum exhibition to tour Canada.

Holiday Countdown: December 25th

The Inuvialuit of the Mackenzie Delta faced desperation. Caribou had dwindled. But Alaskan reindeer held the promise of plenty. And so, in 1929, a few men and a huge herd began the long and arduous trek east. It was more than they bargained for.

Historic Hockey Highlights

Here are five of Canada's historic hockey highlights, from the inaugural season of the NHL, to the Spanish Flu cancelling the Stanley Cup, to a baffling loss that Canadians didn't see coming.

Nellie McClung and the Great War

A champion of women’s rights, Nellie McClung also supported pacifism — until her eldest son signed up to fight.  

Military Chaplains Commemorated

A Toronto church is commemorating military chaplains with a special exhibit.

Franklin Ship Discovery Makes Big Impact

The discovery of one of John Franklin's lost Arctic ships is creating a buzz worldwide. Ken McGoogan, who has written several books on Arctic exploration, anaylizes the impact of this surprising news.

Tragic Passage

Thanks to climate change, Canadians are witnessing the last chapter in a centuries-old Artic saga—the opening of the Northwest Passage.

Greatest Explorers

Canada's History ranks the top five explorers of Canada.

Going, going, gone

A city-bred son-in-law reflects on the passing of a rural way of life.

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