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Beautiful Banff

Banff is the crown jewel of Canada’s parks system. Too pretty to leave alone, it has been the focus of conflict all through its 125-year history.

Revolt of the Admirals

Canada’s armed forces were about to be rolled into one — same training, same ranks, and same (gasp!) uniforms.

Canada's War on Terror: The Early Days

Former head of the Montreal Police Bomb Squad Robert Côté talks about their seven-year long "war on terrorism" which ended with the October Crisis.

Terry's Journey

Terry is silhouetted by the headlights of a police cruiser rolling behind him on an early summer morning in 1980. The image instantly evokes the memories that many Canadians still hold dear of Terry during his Marathon of Hope.

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Yesterday's Email

It was cheap, pretty and fast for its day. Little wonder the humble postcard was so popular.  

Shipwrecked Friendship

Three prominent Canadian businessmen travelled on Titanic's maiden voyage, but no amount of wealth could save them.

A River Divided

Breaking news... New Brunswick's Petitcodiac river is getting a new lease on life. Also, Mark Reid explored this story earlier in A River Divided, published in the April/May issue of Canada's History. 

Experiments in Isolation

Intelligence agencies such as the CIA developed new and disturbing methods of interrogation based on the findings of researchers like the University of Manitoba's Dr. John Zubek.  

Pirate Havens

Even the most dastardly pirate needed a refuge. These three areas were popular places to rest, and to rest in peace.  

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