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An announcement from the Canada History magazine.  Note the item below entitled “Beyond the Trenches.”


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Interpreting the Indian Act

A new exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg identifies issues with the Indian Act and challenges people to think about its historical and continuing impacts on Indigenous people across Canada.
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Beyond the Trenches

As Canadians mark the centennial of the end of the “war to end all wars,” here are some national historic sites on the home front that enrich and enhance our knowledge of the First World War.
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Ottawa’s Blue Sea Bog

Just ten kilometres southeast of Parliament Hill, the Mer Bleue Bog is known as the “hidden jewel” of Ottawa’s greenbelt. Explore one of its many trails to discover a boreal landscape that is atypical for this region. Read more

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Blackfoot Legacy

One hour east of Calgary, on Alberta’s Siksika Nation, is Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park. The cultural, educational, and entertainment centre promotes and preserves the Siksika Nation Peoples’ language, culture, and traditions. Read more

Ghosts of Gold

When Allen Macartney embarked on a 1,500 kilometre solo canoe and hiking trip to retrace the Klondike gold rush route, he encountered the ruins and relics of mining settlements that at one time were bustling spots in Yukon.
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