Forgot your password?
The most curious international conflict between Canada and the United States involved a grunting pig, a swaggering army officer, and a cluster of small forested islands that lie in the Strait of Georgia.
Presidents of the United States must be born on U.S. soil. So says the American Constitution. But evidence suggests that Chester Arthur, the twenty-first president, was born in a foreign land. Canada, perhaps? Shh, don’t tell the Americans.
Less than one month after arriving in Upper Canada, Nils von Schoultz was hanged and buried at Fort Henry in Kingston.
Vancouver gave him a hero’s welcome and then he sailed away to die.
Once upon a time, the Americans hid atomic bombs in Labrador. Seemed like a good idea at the time.
The story of Canada’s volcanic past is written in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
A chance discovery on an internet auction led to the discovery of a substantial body of work by Canadian painter Francis Fitz Roy Dixon.
Winnie the bear is only one of the many members of the ursine family who have found a place in the annals of Canadian history.
People loved their beer. Yet when zealous prohibitionists launched a holy crusade against the brewers, the brewers lost.
DNA testing, sometimes a gimmick, can also be a godsend for genealogists.
Dec 08, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Viola Desmond to be on Canada’s new $10 bill
Dec 06, 2016
The Canadian Press: Lasers on a thumbnail reveal Franklin expedition diet, cause of death
Dec 04, 2016
CBC News: Britain to get first major exhibition of Canada’s Franklin artifacts
join / login
calendar of events
causes to support