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Anna Shumilak of The Hudson's Bay Company Archives, demonstrates how the lifestyles of settlers in the Red River colony can be revealed through the many diverse records available to the public at the Archives of Manitoba.
The Selkirk Settlers - A Rich Collection of Records from Canada's History.
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No Canadian vessel is more revered than the storied Bluenose. The fastest schooner in the world, it appears on our dime and has inspired generations of artists in Canada — particularly musicians.
Canada’s newest war memorial commemorates the animals who have served in wartime. Dedicated in November 2012, the memorial in Ottawa has three sections honouring horses, mules, and dogs. Canada joins Britain and Australia in dedicating memorials to animals that have served in war.
Nancy Payne, Editor of Kayak Canada's History magazine for kids, shares her experience visiting Buxton National Historic Site and Museum and learning about slavery.
From flimsy skin boats, to graceful canoes, to powerful steamboats, vessels of one kind or another have carried people over the waterways of Canada's West.
As Scotland ponders independence, some thoughts on how the Scots made Canada what it is.
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