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Canadian History Ehx

Oct 30, 2021

Today, I am looking at the Red Green Show, which ran for 15 years and produced 300 episodes. A Canadian cultural icon, Red Green was nearly gone forever after three years but due to the love fans had for the show, it stuck around for 12 more years and became something remembered fondly to this very day.

Oct 27, 2021

The area of Fort Qu'Appelle has a deep history that is fascinating. From its three forts, to the signing of Treaty 4, to its importance in the North West Resistance of 1885. The town has seen three Royal Family visits, and is the birthplace of both Eddie Shore and Buffy Sainte-Marie!

Oct 25, 2021

The northern Alberta town of High Level has a history that dates back thousands of years thanks to the Dene people, but the community itself dates to the mid-20th Century.

Today, it has the largest stockpile of wood at a sawmill in the entire world, the most northerly grain elevator in Canada and a huge amount of oil...

Oct 24, 2021

In 1999, a commercial debuted with the goal of encouraging people to question what they see on television. What no one expected was that the little House Hippo featured in that commercial would become a part of Canadian culture, remembered to this day as a nostalgic part of our past. 


Oct 23, 2021

Today, I am looking at the life of Gabriel Dumont. A Metis leader, he would spend his life trying to preserve the culture and land of his people, while his requests were ignored by the Canadian government. Leading the 1885 Resistance in the hopes of gaining land claims for the Metis, he would spend years in exile in...