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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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Hudson’s Bay Company chevron trade beads were seen as symbols of friendship and given to native people as gifts, to forge alliances or treaties, and to permit passage.
A nationwide bilingual project aims at recording and preserving the first-hand accounts of those who served Canada in World War II.
At the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, visitors will ascend through the museum while engaging in a series of galleries that showcase the many turning point moments in the development of modern human rights.
Author Matthew Komus unveils the history behind Winnipeg’s spookiest ghost stories.
A post-War of 1812 waterway built at a huge human cost.
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