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Match making

DNA testing, sometimes a gimmick, can also be a godsend for genealogists.

NHL at 100 - Photographers

Thanks to the talented photographers who capture all the action on camera, we can relive the most exciting moments in hockey history.

Beef & Berries on the Prairies

Alberta ranch living in the 1920s.

Food Fit for an uprising

On the eve of the 1837 Rebellion, a Toronto inn feeds the concerned citizenry.

Early Fusion in Pictou

A family of Scots immigrants in Pictou, Nova Scotia, welcomes new arrivals to Tatamagouche in 1786.

Haute Cuisine in New France

A true account of an event that took place in Montreal, then known as Ville-Marie, on December 25, 1665 by a young drummer, Claude de Mousson, who was part of that regiment.

The Way We Ate

From the ortolan pâté of New France to Alberta’s prairie oysters, Canadians have long enjoyed a rich culinary history.

Wild Rice Harvest

Looking back at the tradition of wild rice harvesting among the Indigenous people of the Great Lakes region.

Stuffed Beaver with All the Trimmings

Christmas feasting in pioneer Canada was often a “potluck” affair.

Cooking with Nellie

For thousands of 20th-century brides, the Canadian Cook Book, the country’s first mass-produced book of recipes, unlocked the mysteries of domestic science.

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