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90-Year-Old HBC Documentary Provides Insight into Canadian North

Back in 1920 the Hudson Bay Company made a silent documentary about the Canadian North in honour of its 250th anniversary.  Shortly after its release the film was stored in archives and forgotten for the next half-century.  Canadian historian Peter Geller tracked it down and is now screening it across the country. 

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