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Magna Carta gets a gold!

Canada’s History newsletter wins national online publishing award.

Mills of the Gods

See the groundbreaking CBC documentary that was among the first to reveal the horrifying reality of the Vietnam War.

Enchanted Canoe

A deal with the devil brings woodcutters home for the holidays in this delightful folktale from Quebec.

The Canadian Arctic Expedition

The white leaders of the 1913–18 expedition into the Canadian Arctic got the glory but it was the Inuit expedition members who made it all possible.

The enduring enigma of Samuel de Champlain

The founder of Quebec remains an elusive figure in Canadian history.

Letters From a Fighter Pilot

Read some of the frank and personal letters home Second World War pilot Willie McKnight wrote while in the midst of the Battle of Britain.


Prisoners of war during the Korean War suffered the added injury of having their loyalty called into question.

Molly Bobak's War

For a time it had seemed that the only Canadian woman to be officially appointed as a war artist during World War II might not make it overseas at all.

Behind Enemy Lines

French-Canadian spies outfox the Nazis to save Allied airmen in preparation for D-Day.

Moment: November 22, 1951

It is known as the “Forgotten War,” but Canada’s role in Korea should be anything but forgotten.

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