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Ticket to Freedom

Nine years before Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat Viola Desmond wanted to see a film. The events that followed made her an unlikely civil rights activist.

Canada's History wins silver at COPA awards

Canada’s History has captured Silver at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards for a groundbreaking online story package that celebrated the “Great Women” of Canada’s past.

Laurier’s Sunny Ways

On the 175th anniversary of Wilfrid Laurier’s birth, three writers weigh in with their thoughts on a prime minister who stood firmly on middle ground.

Unearthing Eldorado

More than a century after the Klondike gold rush, a new treasure has been revealed — the diary of a prospector.

War Crimes

In 2011, on the seventieth anniversary of the Battle of Hong Kong, we revisited the terrible fate of the Canadians who were sent to protect the British colony.

Rupert’s Land

The dashing prince who did much to shape the direction of Canada was not your run-of-the-mill royal.

The Evil Deeds of Dr. Cream

Was Jack the Ripper a McGill University graduate?

Moose Jaw's Urban Legend

The Saskatchewan city is encouraging visitors to explore its rum-running tunnel legacy. But is the tunnel lore based in fact? Or, is it an urban legend?

Stones of Mystery

Nobody knows why the large boulders of Melville Peninsula stand upon small stones, nor who placed them there.

The Mysterious Death of Peter Verigin

In 1924, a charismatic Doukhobor leader died in a spectacular railway explosion. His death remains unsolved.

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