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May 2012 marks the tenth anniversary of Asian Heritage month in Canada.
The 1917–1918 NHL season should’ve been one of celebration. Yet, just as the party hats and tacky commemorative coins came out, the NHL was dealt two sucker punches.
The Stanley Cup Finals have only been cancelled twice in the history of the NHL and first time was the 1918-1919 season when the Spanish Flu infected the Montreal Canadiens locker room.
Howie Morenz was ranked by The Hockey News as the 15th best player in hockey history. Yet, with all that accomplished during his life, he is still more commonly known for his untimely death.
In 1938, Canadians and hockey fans everywhere were shocked when one of the league’s worst teams won the Stanley Cup.
Photo gallery: The Canadian Forces Combat Camera was on hand to document the Vimy 95th anniversary.
University of Alberta employee makes surprising photographic find of historic significance.
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.
Sep 18, 2013
Canada’s History: Former residents of Ontario institution agree to financial settlement
Sep 13, 2013
The Canadian Press: Exhibit on First World War internment camps opens in Banff, Alta.
Feb 05, 2013
Ottawa Citizen: New history museum will ‘pleasantly surprise’ Canadians, CEO predicts
Feb 04, 2014
The Social History of Medicine in 19th Century Canada
Feb 18, 2014
The Social History of Dress in 19th Century Canada
Dec 14, 2013
December 1813 – Holiday Tours of McFarland House
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