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As Scotland ponders independence, some thoughts on how the Scots made Canada what it is.
A little road trip can go a long way toward understanding historical events.
Manitoban Glenn Sigurdson brings the history of New Iceland to life in his memoir about growing up along Lake Winnipeg.
Presenting the young winners of the Aboriginal Arts & Stories competition.
A fast-growing database of veterans has become a boon to descendants of Toronto-area men and women who served in the world wars.
The gullible and the greedy have a long history of falling for inheritance hoaxes, says Paul Jones.
The things that kept the common fighting man from cracking in the trenches were sometimes very small.
A Canadian soldier was so keen to enlist after the Frist World War broke out in 1914 that he neglected to tell his sweetheart. Read his letter of explanation.
In Clearing the Plains, award-winning author James Dashuk writes a scathing indictment of the Canadian government’s treatment of First Nations people in the late 1800s.
Oral histories from the survivors of the residential school system seeks to fill the gap in Canadian educational curricula.
Sep 20, 2014
CBC News: Smiles, gasps as first visitors enter Winnipeg's human rights museum
Sep 20, 2014
Ottawa Citizen: ‘Kitchen Accord’ site demolished despite Senate request to save it
Sep 19, 2014
The Globe and Mail: Fort York opens a new door to Toronto’s history
Sep 27, 2014
Doors Open London
Oct 20, 2014
Canada's Great War Album Book Launch
Oct 24, 2014
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