Apr 28, 2021
Yorkton, SK has seen visits from the Queen and the first Canadian-born Governor General, but also has several historic buildings, the story of a fire demonstration gone wrong, and the tragic death of a police officer in 1932.
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Apr 27, 2021
A unique aviator, the Sunnyslope Shelter, an attack by the Japanese during the Second World War, celebrating the end of World War One a week early and even a battle between residents and the railroad. Olds has a great history that I will explore in this episode.
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Apr 26, 2021
Today, I'm looking at Altona, Manitoba, a small community founded by Mennonites in the 1880s. From a tragic school shooting in 1902, to the fires that plagued it, to the fact two communities with the same name sit next to each other, it has a unique history.
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Apr 24, 2021
Today, I look at the 2,800 KM road that was constructed in eight months in 1942, the Alaska Highway. An engineering marvel of epic proportions that changed northwest Canada forever.
From Dawson Creek to the Alaska Border, it is something to see.
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Apr 22, 2021
Today, I'm looking at the history of Roblin, Manitoba. From hauntings, to outlaw treasure, to big events and historic buildings, this town has quite a bit when it comes to historical attractions.