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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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A cold winter day and a hot cup of tea — a comforting combination brought to both urban dwellers and those in the furthest reaches of the Canadian North.
Dr. Jamie Morton, curator at the Manitoba Museum shows us three unique carvings made by indigenous people of Haida Gwaii and the Chukchi of Siberia. There's also a ghost ship.
On International Talk Like A Pirate Day acting raucous and a bit raunchy is to be encouraged!
Serene spot marks Métis’ last stand against encroachment of their land.
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.
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