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Canadian History Ehx

Sep 30, 2020

It was a year that saw the death of another prime minister, the biggest rock slide in Canadian history, the death of a former NWMP commissioner and the birth of the man the German's called Hell's Handmaiden, Billy Bishop.

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Sep 28, 2020

Today, I talk with Andy English from the excellent podcast Hedley Boys, which looks at the men from Hedley, B.C. who served in the First World War. Find it here and on all major podcast platforms.

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Sep 26, 2020

From 1972 to 1991, Canadians gathered together to watch The Beachcombers, one of the most-beloved shows in Canadian history. Today on the show, I talk with cast, crew and fans of the show about its history and impact on Canadian culture.

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Sep 23, 2020

After seeing their population decimated and their land stolen, the Mi'kmaq joined the Acadians in fighting against the English in a war from 1749 to 1755.

It would have a lasting impact on Nova Scotia.





Sep 21, 2020

In 1941, Sgt. Gander, a Newfoundland dog, gave his life to save wounded soldiers in the Battle of Hong Kong. 

His story is inspirational and wonderful and JP Bear is working to bring that story to life through a documentary film. Today, I talked with JP Bear about his film.

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