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George Feyer was at one time Canada’s most celebrated cartoonist. But fame could not erase his dark side.
How a First World War Canadian army doctor came to write a poem that, a hundred years later, continues to stir the hearts of people around the world.
Watch a video with Canadian veterans speaking about their experience of liberating Holland from Nazi occupation in 1945.
Listen to excerpts about the story of Marie-Anne Lagimodière, the first European woman to settle in Canada’s West.
From flimsy skin boats, to graceful canoes, to powerful steamboats, vessels of one kind or another have carried people over the waterways of Canada's West.
When it comes to the charting the world, a lot has changed since the age of discovery, when map-making relied heavily on imagination.
In the early days of moviemaking, two companies competed to tell the story of the North. Nanook of the North soared to enduring fame; no one remembers the other film.
We asked five historians to come up with who they thought was Canada’s greatest explorer. Some of their picks were expected, some were not.
A photo gallery of ten men and women, all beautifully illustrated by artist Robert Carter, who could vie for the title of Canada’s Greatest Explorer.
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