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by Nelle Oosterom and Andrew Workman
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A pictorial essay of the R.M.S. Nascopie, one of the most celebrated ships of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Charles Melville Hayes was a prime architect of the expansion of the Canadian railway, only to fall into obscurity due to his untimely death on the Titanic.
John Rae is not as well known as some of the other famous names of northern exploration — people like Sir John Franklin, for instance. But Ken McGoogan argues that Rae deserves greater recognition than he has received to date because of what he accomplished.
Video interview with Ry Moran about the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
The Beaver Club medal from Sir George Simpson.
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