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Viola Desmond didn't set out to be a civil rights leader. But when she was removed from a Halifax theatre, she fought back in court.
How to find freebies when researching your family history.
Was it a bang-up job or a bungle? A fresh look at the response to the 1885 North-West Rebellion.
Soldiers’ letters show that love triumphs over battle.
Lawrence Hill tells the story of the Book of Negroes, the original book that inspired his best-selling book and the popular mini-series.
A champion of women’s rights, Nellie McClung also supported pacifism — until her eldest son signed up to fight.
Famed exporer Captain James Cook is most known for his trips to the South Pacific. But he visited Canada's west coast too.
When it comes to laughing at ourselves, we stand on guard with glee.
A look at the titans of industry and commerce that helped create Canada.
February 15, 1965, Canada flew the maple leaf for the very first time. Historian Allan Levine explains the rocky road to our national symbol.
Feb 19, 2015
London Free Press: Heritage fair salutes local war veterans
Feb 17, 2015
Montreal Gazette: Mystery of the missing village of Hochelaga persists
Feb 17, 2015
The Globe and Mail: Toronto's O’Connor estate lives on — with the luck of the Irish
May 01, 2015
Science and History of Sable Island Conference
Mar 06, 2015
The Postman - A Play
Apr 20, 2015
Sir John A. MacDonald-FREE educational event
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