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A hundred and fifty years ago, Canadians were terrorized by the threat posed by Irish insurgents who were massing large armies across the border.
July 1, 2016, marks the one-hundred-year anniversary of a devastating battle that remains seared in the collective memory of the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Charles Pachter's edgy perspective brings art and Canadian history together in new and unusual ways.
In the dead of a typical Canadian winter, a rose by any other name than Explorer would not be as hardy.
Tobacco in Alberta? The nomadic Blackfoot people cultivated it in this unlikely place long before European contact. Curiously, the beaver played a role.
In the spring of 1811 John McIntosh was out in the woods of southeastern Ontario, clearing land where the village of Dundela would soon appear. Little did he know that he was about to take his place in history.
Gardening was a common pursuit at the fur-trade posts from the very start, but that didn't mean it came easily.
The terrain is often forbidding and the climate harsh, but that hasn't discouraged some resourceful souls over the centuries from coaxing life out of Labrador's unyielding soil.
The old buildings of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside have a checkered past. Is their shady heritage worth saving?
Linguistics experts are leaving us tongue-tied.
May 26, 2016
The Globe and Mail: Drake, take one dance with that modernist home before tearing it down
May 24, 2016
Windsor Star: Amherstburg, Ont., seeks to buy historic Belle Vue House
May 19, 2016
Montreal Gazette: Developer sues Sulpician Fathers after it's forced to scale down project
Jun 02, 2016
The Fenian Raids/Battle of Ridgeway Conference
Jun 08, 2016
Baby & Toddler Series at the Museum of Health Care
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