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Trent University professor Dr. John Milloy is one of Canada’s foremost experts on the residential school system — and he calls it the way he sees it. Dr. Milloy speaks with Canada’s History Associate Editor Nelle Oosterom in this video interview.
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Canada’s first English settlers leave a rich Elizabethan legacy.
Maureen Dolyniuk, Manager of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives at the Archives of Manitoba in Winnipeg, explains the importance of Post Journals and the story of Francis Heron.
On March 8, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada announced a historic ruling relating to the Manitoba Act of 1870 — the act that ended the Red River Rebellion and led to the creation of the Province of Manitoba.
Sir James Grant, Lord Strathspey, chief of the Clan Grant of Scotland, was in Canada in July 2012 to participate in Cuthbert Grant Day celebrations and to formally reunite his clan with long-separated Canadian branches of the family.
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.
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