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World's Biggest Inuit Art Colleciton Gets New Home

The Winnipeg Art Gallery is celebrating Canada's 150th birthday in 2017 by opening a centre to showcase its vast collection of Inuit art.

The Mystery of the Bell

The rediscovery of a historic Canadian artifact has prompted the release of a new CBC documentary.

Polar Explorer Subject of Film

The life and loves of Roald Amundsen are explored in a recent film called The Blinding Sea.

Canada's Newest Saints

Two key figures in early Canadian history have been declared saints by Pope Francis.    

Newfoundland's 1914 Sealing Disaster

As the 100th anniversary of the 1914 sealing disaster approaches, many Newfoundlanders are reflecting on the lives lost and lessons learned.

UBC To Post Thousands of Rare Photos

A treasure trove of historic photos has been donated to the University of British Columbia.

Home From Afghanistan

Canada's mission in Afghanistan has now wrapped up. This article by Matthew Fisher from a past issue of Canada's History puts the war into a historical perspective.

Sobering Testament to a Shameful Past

Nancy Payne, Editor of Kayak Canada's History magazine for kids, shares her experience visiting Buxton National Historic Site and Museum and learning about slavery.

Canada's Games: A Proud Past, A Bright Future

Check out some of the articles and photos we've compiled of Canada in the Olympics throughout the years's

Shifting Riel-ity: 1885 Rebellion

In our February/March 2013 issue, we focused on Louis Riel's role in the 1885 North-West Rebellion.

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