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Sep 30, 2019

After a two week break, I come back to Canadian history and a look at a war fought between two fur trading companies that few people know about: The Pemmican War!




Sep 13, 2019

He spent part of a season with the Boston Bruins, and then went on to have success in the WHL on a team that would eventually make its own way into the NHL.

Today on Small Town Hockey Heroes, I look at the story of Eddie Panagabko of Torquay, Saskatchewan

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Sep 11, 2019

Today, I start a new bi-weekly feature called Canada Year-By-Year. Every two weeks, I will look at a year in Canada’s history from 1867 to today. 

Since we are starting this today, the first year is going to be, of course, 1867!

Elections and buggies, oh my!


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Sep 9, 2019

In today’s short look at Canada’s history, I dive into the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam and tell the story of the Matchless Six. 

In a time when some people thought women couldn’t compete at the Olympic level, six women from Canada showed them how wrong they were. 



Sep 6, 2019

He was on his way to NHL stardom after winning the Calder Trophy as the best rookie in the NHL. Unfortunately, the Second World War and a horrific on-ice injury would end his career after two seasons. 

This is the story of Johnny Quilty


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