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Video trailer, podcast interview and photo gallery for the new PBS documentary chronicling the life and legacy of William Still, known in his time as the “Father of the Underground Railroad.”
While Canadians often pride themselves on their historical support of the more progressive anti-slavery Union, British support for the North was never a given.
Timeline of the Underground Railroad and anti-slavery movement in Canada.
A look at a few of many "firsts" for Canadian women.
The National Film Board of Canada's website has collected six holiday films which are available for online viewing and/or downloading.
Student Kristin Pauls captured editor Mark Reid on film during a recent presentation he gave to first-year students at Red River Community College.
The battle at Hill 355 was a proud moment for Canada during the Korean War. Lasting ninety-six hours, under harsh, snowy conditions, a Canadian defeat seemed inevitable, but somehow we forced the enemy to retreat.
David Galbraith was in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Korean War.
Don Jatiouk was on the only United Nations ship to capture a ship and the crew of the North Korean navy.
Frank Lucano was in the Light Aid Detachment, the group of mechanics who went along with the armoured corps to keep their equipment in shape.
Feb 05, 2013
Ottawa Citizen: New history museum will ‘pleasantly surprise’ Canadians, CEO predicts
Dec 17, 2012
CBC News: Laurier LaPierre, ex-senator and broadcaster, dies at 83
May 28, 2012
CBC News: Diamond Jubilee a chance for youth to honour Canada’s Queen
May 29, 2013
Pathways to disciplinary understandings: The use of historical feature film in the teaching of history
Jun 12, 2013
City Talks - Urbanised Nature
Jul 01, 2013
Billings Estate National Historic Site
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