Read the development of the towns of Channel and Port aux Basques in the mid-to-late 1800s.
A historical mystery solved: Historical society owns site marking Acacia Villa School
Grade 8 students from Labrador City and Churchill Falls showed off their blasts from the past at Menihek High School’s annual heritage fair, which took place Tuesday, April 15.
New head faces challenges at Library and Archives Canada
Do you think that the new head of the LAC faces challenges, or is it too soon to tell? He will take over in June of this year.
Fisheries museum in Lunenburg to reopen May 17
The Fishery Museum had been closed so that the foundation on the west end of the building could be stabilized. It will reopen May 17.
Bay Roberts shows off its First World War connections http://www.cbncompass.ca/News/Local/2014-04-22/article-3697653/Bay-Roberts-shows-off-its-First-World-War-connections/1
The Royal Canadian Legion in Bay Roberts was where people around the Trinity-Conception-Placentia region brought in pieces of history from the First World War.
Expert pieces together the fabric of Canadian history through quilting http://www.bramptonguardian.com/community-story/4479612-expert-pieces-together-the-fabric-of-canadian-history-through-quilting
Pauline Grondin, a professional storyteller, historical interpreter, and heritage performer, shared stories and anecdotes about the history of quilting at the monthly meeting of the Brampton Historical Society (BHS).
Story of the Week
Court of Appeal upholds landmark ruling on rights of Métis
This site provides a good, basic history of the Métis in Canada.
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