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Canadian History Ehx

Mar 6, 2021

Today, I look at the 200 years from the 1600s to 1800s, when swashbuckling pirates patrolled the waters of Canada from Newfoundland down to Nova Scotia. 

From the interesting to the evil, they all have a story to tell.

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Mar 3, 2021

Today, I speak with Camille Hollett-French about her new film Endomic, which takes a humourous look at endometriosis, a chronic condition with a high burden and no cure that affects 200 million people around the globe.

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Mar 2, 2021

Today, I look at the city that sits at Mile 0 of the Alaska Highway, the construction of which has defined the history of Dawson Creek. From a deadly explosion, to a history going back to early explorers, Dawson Creek is a fascinating place to discover. 

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Mar 1, 2021

Today, I speak with NDP MP for Nunavut, Mumilaaq Qaqqaq. We talk about her goals for her first term, the main issues facing the Canadian North, what an NDP government would bring to Canada and much more.

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Feb 27, 2021

Fred Loft was one of the foremost Indigenous activists of the early-20th century, and he would help found the League of Indians, which would inspire other Indigenous organizations later in the century.

Today, I look at the life of this activist, veteran and more. 

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