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The bicentennial of John A. Macdonald’s birth takes place on January 11, 2015.
Listen to a podcast about Bell Island, Newfoundland's, fascinating wartime history as a target of German U-boats.
A new project explores Japanese-Canadians experience of dispossession during the Second World War.
Canadian Confederation took place in 1867 but it would be almost another hundred years before the nation would have its own flag.
Canada's railways have always held a special place in our history and in our hearts.
A First World War soldier assures his mother he will return as "good a boy as when I went away."
Commemorating the wars is not about celebrating conflict; it is about remembering that there are values worth sacrificing for.
As Scotland ponders independence, some thoughts on how the Scots made Canada what it is.
See the Canadian Museum of Human Rights through the numbers
At the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, visitors will ascend through the museum while engaging in a series of galleries that showcase the many turning point moments in the development of modern human rights.
Nov 25, 2014
CBC News: Auditor general's fall 2014 report: $15M Library and Archives Canada system never used
Nov 23, 2014
Winnipeg Free Press: Study to probe reopening Dalnavert Museum
Nov 21, 2014
The Globe and Mail: A James Wolfe portrait up for auction reveals the general’s off-battlefield romance
Nov 26, 2014
Book Launch: Connecting Through Culture: Hill Search
Dec 04, 2014
In Depth & In Writing: The Science & History of Alta Lake
Dec 10, 2014
Public Lecture: “Putting the War of 1812 to Rest”
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