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A new exhibit explores the power of Alex Colville's paintings.
The first giant squid ever scientificaly documented and photographed was discovered in Newfoundland in 1873.
Forty years ago, Canada opened its doors to a flood of refugees fleeing Indochina.
Two tiny islands off Newfoundland and Labrador are all that remain of what was once a vast French empire in North America.
Censorship and propaganda were realities for Canadians on and off the battlefield during the First World War.
Letters by British colonists describe the hardships of settling the Prairies.
How a clandestine industrial plant in British Columbia aided the Manhattan Project.
The Grey Cup is over a century old, but the 1962 title tilt stands out as the greatest game no one saw.
Canada's Ned Hanlan stayed one stroke ahead of controversy to become the world's fastest man on water.
For several decades, one Canadian company symbolized both biking and skating — the story of the Canada Cycle & Motor Co. Ltd., better known as CCM, was irresistible for John McKenty.
Jul 30, 2015
CBC News: Franklin expedition to Arctic included cannibalism, researchers say
Jul 29, 2015
Humboldt Journal: Annual dig focuses on Northwest Rebellion
Jul 28, 2015
Sault Star: ‘Bushplane Museum’ like home to senior volunteers
Oct 01, 2015
Call for Papers: Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries
Aug 05, 2015
2015 Toronto History Lecture
Sep 01, 2015
Call for Papers: The North and the First World War Conference
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