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Military Chaplains Commemorated

A Toronto church is celebrating 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.

1812: Objects to Discover from Château Ramezay

The Château Ramezay museum and historic site in Montreal commemorates the War of 1812 with items from its collection. Produced as three "time capsules" for the web, each video provides a different perspective: Canadian, British, and First Nations.

Come Together: John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Montreal 1969

How a Montreal teen bluffed his way into John and Yoko’s bed-in for peace.

Dreams in the Dust: The Story of Tom Sukanen

As an ocean-going vessel took shape on a Saskatchewan farm during the Great Depression, it was clear that its builder was either a genius or a madman.

Witness: Canadian Art of the First World War

Powerful Canadian War Museum exhibition to tour Canada.

Ursulines and Augustinians: Educating and Healing Canada Since 1639

Over the past 375 years the Ursuline and Augustinian nuns of Quebec have played a significant role in the history of Quebec City and Canada. Their contributions are being highlighted this summer with commemoration activities.

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