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Sounds Like History

Comb through two seasons of English and French podcasts co-hosted by Canada’s History and Library and Archives Canada. These twelve episodes explore Canada’s musical history within the Virtual Gramophone collection.  Browse the series

Prince of Rupert’s Land

Carolyn Harris, a Canadian historian who specializes in royalty, reveals in this interview that few Canadians realize that Canada’s early destiny was steered by a swashbuckling cavalier. Listen now

The 1563 Basque Will

A 450-year-old will from a Basque sailor was brought to light by a Spanish researcher. Find out the Canadian connection. Listen now

History Idols

Historians, authors, humourist, and broadcaster — we asked nine of them “Who’s your secret history idol?” The answers may surprise you. Browse the series

Choosing Great Women

Choosing Canada’s Great Women for our February-March 2016 issue was not easy. Listen to Charlotte Gray, one of the judges on our panel, as she describes the pleasures and pitfalls of ranking the great women of history. Listen now

Voices of Vimy

This award-winning podcast brought to life the stories of soldiers who fought at the Battle of Vimy Ridge and the loved ones back home who cherished them. Listen now

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The importance of understanding ourselves by examining our history is an anchoring belief of Canada’s History Society. We highlight our nation’s diverse past by telling stories that illuminate the people, places, and events that unite us as Canadians, and by making those stories accessible to everyone through our free online content.

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