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Few Canadians realize that Canada's early destiny was steered by a swashbuckling cavalier.
A hundred years ago, women in Canada took the first steps towards full participation in political life.
For centuries they descended on the prairies like a Biblical plague, then suddenly they disappeared in a cloud of mystery. Will the dreaded creatures return?
Many of Canada's historic sites are reputed to be haunted by ghosts.
Comic book publisher puts fantastic spin on Mark Twain’s visit to Niagara Falls.
Coastal beacons receive cash infusion thanks to heritage group.
Grey Owl’s admirers thought he was too good to be true — and they were right.
Professor shows how French Canadians and Aboriginal women saved the West coast from the Americans.
Elizabeth has lived longer than any other British monarch, and her reign is the longest in Commonwealth history.
Oct 01, 2015
Winnipeg Free Press: Papers related to HBC documentary donated to Manitoba archives
Sep 29, 2015
Vancouver Sun: New conservation area prohibits demolition of houses built before 1940
Sep 27, 2015
Edmonton Journal: Critics say Ottawa has failed on Alberta residential school commemoration
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