Jan 30, 2021
The show with the song every Canadian knows the lyrics to. It is The Littlest Hobo and today I look at the history of this uniquely Canadian show beloved by generations.
I also speak with Terry Bush, the singer behind the iconic song.
His music is available on Apple Music, Spotify and his website:
Jan 27, 2021
The Doukhobors are a people who came to Canada in the early-1900s and helped shape the areas they settled in. They were also forced to deal with prejudice, intolerance and even imprisonment for their beliefs.
Today, I speak with Vera Maloff, who wrote a book about her Doukhobor family history.
You can find it here:
Jan 25, 2021
Today, I speak with Kate McKenzie, a filmmaker who travelled with Martin Parnell to Afghanistan to run a marathon with the first woman in that country to run a marathon.
Their journey is documented in the film The Secret Marathon. Learn more here: www.thesecretmarathon.com
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Jan 23, 2021
In 1887, Sitting Bull brought his people to Canada after the Battle of Little Big Horn. While he lived in peace and asked for a reserve, the Canadian government instead starved him into returning to the United States.
This is the story of his four years in Canada.
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Jan 21, 2021
Located in southern Saskatchewan, this community not only boasts a great provincial park steeped in history, but it also has a wonderful museum called Rusty Relics, that highlights the history of the area.
Learn more today in my episode on Carlyle.
This episode is sponsored by the Town of Carlyle
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