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Grey Cup '62: The Fog Bowl

The Grey Cup is over a century old, but the 1962 title tilt stands out as the greatest game no one saw.

Row for glory

Canada's Ned Hanlan stayed one stroke ahead of controversy to become the world's fastest man on water.

CCM: A healthy pursuit

For several decades, one Canadian company symbolized both biking and skating — the story of the Canada Cycle & Motor Co. Ltd., better known as CCM, was irresistible for John McKenty.

Oskee Wee Wee

If you don't follow football then you probably don't know about "Oskee Wee Wee." This NFB documentary highlights the zaniness of a Grey Cup final where the Hamilton Ti-Cat fans invoke their infamous magic chant.

George-Étienne Cartier: Quebec's Lion of Confederation

Without the support and persuasiveness of George-Étienne Cartier, Quebec might not have united with the rest of the Dominion.

The Foundering Fathers

Did the Fathers of Confederation bungle the creation of Canada? Maybe they were smarter than you think.

John A.’s Surprising Personal Life

There was more to Canada’s first prime minister than you might think.

The Future of Aboriginal Languages

Efforts are underway to revive the endangered languages of Canada's Aboriginal peoples. But is it too late?

Gold Rush

The fever of the Klondike gold rush has long passed. But the legacy of those wild-eyed fortune seekers still lives large in the land of the midnight sun.

Yukon Rising

First a boom. Then a bust. Then another boom. Then a bust. For nearly 160 years, Fort Selkirk followed fortune’s fancy. Now its champions are ensuring it’s here to stay.

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