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Dramatizes the Iroquois legend of the Tree of Great Peace which explains the origins of the Iroquois Confederacy.
The story of Chanie "Charlie" Wenjack, whose death sparked the first inquest into the treatment of Indigenous children in Canadian residential schools
The escape of African Americans from slavery to freedom in Canada during the 1850s.
In a CPR construction site in 1880's British Columbia, a young Chinese worker volunteers to set a dangerous nitroglycerine charge in return for his wife's boat fare to Canada.
The story of Viola Desmond, an entrepreneur who challenged segregation in Nova Scotia in the 1940s.
Fox's "Marathon of Hope" raised money and generated publicity for cancer research.
Canada's First Prime Minister
Voyaging from England to North America in 1497, Captain John Cabot and his sailors enter the Grand Banks off Newfoundland and encounter cod fish so thick they slow the ship
Joins the Metis leader on the gallows, as Riel recalls his struggle for his people in the moments before his execution in November, 1885.
An RCMP officer watches a group of Inuit build one of these remarkable Northern landmarks