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A documentary explores the remarkable history of the Magdalen Islands, where hundreds of ships have foundered over the past couple of centuries.
When tracking down ancestors, it’s all about location.
A new docu-drama features the story of Champlain and his efforts to establish a "New France."
The idea that women could drive an automobile -- let alone drive around the shell holes of the frontlines -- was rather revolutionary at the outbreak of the Great War. But nicety was soon driven out by necessity.
Why a thirteenth-century piece of parchment endorsed by an English king who was under threat of death has meaning for Canadians today.
Today, the wrongfully convicted can win their freedom and compensation. But when the death penalty was still in place, no one at the gallows got a second chance.
Check out our list of wacky laws in Canada.
When a Catholic couple was charged with killing a Protestant neighbour in Canada West, it became a lightning rod for partisan passions.
Ending a marriage was difficult in Catholic Quebec, but Albert Guay found a way.
From Pacific shores, over vast plains and ancient forest to the islands of the Atlantic coast, Canada hides a wealth of stories in her soil.
May 27, 2015
CBC News: Fossilized fish found during excavation in Calgary suburb
May 27, 2015
The Globe and Mail: Vancity head to lead charge for creation of Terry Fox museum
May 26, 2015
Winnipeg Free Press: Federal museum dumps exhibit of Winnipeg General Strike
Jun 30, 2015
Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo
Jul 06, 2015
Historical Thinking Summer Institute
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